Center for Health Interprofessional Programs offers health professions students an exciting opportunity to meet and collaborate with students from other colleges.
Also known as CHIP, the Center for Health Interprofessional Programs offers health professions students unique and innovative opportunities that help them connect, collaborate, network, and develop.
Founded in 1970 by students seeking meaningful interaction with their fellow students in other colleges, Center for Health Interprofessional Programs now serves students in the six health professional schools and colleges and allied health programs in the Academic Health Center (AHC). Now, CHIP is an internationally recognized center that provides structure, support, and inspiration, for co-curricular programmatic initiatives that enhance the aims of interprofessional education.
If you are a student in the Academic Health Center, you're already a member of CHIP! Please join us at some of the great events we have planned for you this year—you'll meet so many wonderful people through CHIP. Also, bring to us any ideas you think should be addressed in our organization. After all, CHIP exists for students!