Students marching in a parade with a Touro Nevada banner.

Student Involvement

You are more than a student and the classes you take at Touro Nevada. Participate in student-led organizations or serve on university committees to enhance your experience. Build life-long peer and professional relationships initiated and inspired by you.

Enrich your extracurricular life, take part in student-led events, and make new connections when you get involved at Touro Nevada. You will meet your fellow students outside of the classroom during intramurals, seminars, lectures, debates, dinners, banquets, trips, student government, and student groups. Blood drives, sporting events, mixers, and fundraisers are just a few ways to participate during your time here.

Plan an event customized by you by reaching out to your faculty advisor and emailing the Office of Student Involvement.

Volunteering & Community

Students painting a fence at Opportunity Village

As a student at Touro Nevada, you play an important role in Touro's commitment to community health and service. You will have the opportunity to provide healthcare, counseling, meals, and job aid to Southern Nevada residents alongside university faculty and staff. Join Touro's mission to serve our community by speaking to youth, raising funds, or facilitating environmental clean-up.

Prepare for your future clinical rotations, deepen relationships, and build connections by volunteering at university initiatives such as the Mobile Healthcare Clinic, Project Homeless Connect, or the Stallman Touro Clinic at the Shade Tree.

Read Touro Nevada Stories of Outreach

Student Organizations & Interest Groups

Through student organizations, you have the opportunity to plan and launch university events, encourage student collaboration and leadership development, and learn valuable leadership skills to enhance your personal and professional relationships at Touro Nevada. Organization opportunities include managing and coordinating events such as commencement, pinning, and white coat ceremonies.

ACOFP – American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians

ACOS-MSS - American College of Osteopathic Surgeons Medical Student Section

AIG – Anesthesiology Interest Group

AMA-MSS – American Medical Association-Medical Student Section

AMSA – American Medical Student Association

AMWA – American Medical Women’s Association

AOASM – American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine/Student American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics

AOCPMR - PM&R Interest Group

APAMSA – Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association

CIG - Cardiovascular Interest Group

CMDA - Christian Medical and Dental Association

CLM - Community and Lifestyle Medicine

DIG – Dermatology Interest Group

EMIG – Emergency Medicine Interest Group

EM - Exploring Medicine Interest Group

GIG – Geriatrics Interest Group

GHCO - Global Health & Community Outreach

HAPSIG - Health Administration & Policy Student Interest Group

LMSA - Latino Medical Student Association

MSFC – Medical Students for Choice

MMIG - Military Medicine Interest Group / Association of Military Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (AMOPS)

NAHA - Native American Healthcare Ambassadors

NPSIG - Neurology and Psychiatry Student Interest Group

OIG – Oncology Interest Group

OMSGA - Osteopathic Medical Student Government Association

OSMIG - Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Interest Group

PIG - Pathology Interest Group

PCCAII – Pulmonary Critical Care, Allergy & Immunology Interest Group

PEDS – Pediatrics Interest Group

PMRIG – Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Interest Group

PHPIG - Public Health and Policy Interest Group

RIG – Radiology Interest Group

RHC - Rainbow Health Coalition

SAMSA – South Asian Medical School Association

SAOAO – Student American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics

SAOG – Student Association of Obstetrics & Gynecology

SNMA – Student National Medical Association

SNAC - Student Nutrition Action Collection

SOIMA – Student Osteopathic Internal Medicine Association

SOSA – Student Osteopathic Surgical Association

SOTA - Student Occupational Therapy Association

SSP – Sigma Sigma Phi

TUN-LMSA - TUN Latino Medical Student Association

WEM - Wilderness Emergency Medicine

Alcohol and Other Drug Committee

CMDA – Christian Medical and Dental Association

DPTSGA - Physical Therapy Student Government Association

inTUN – TUN Performing A cappella

LMSA - Latino Medical Student Association

LDSSA – Latter-day Saint Student Association

MABIG - Martial Arts and Boxing Interest Group

MHSSGC - Medical Health Sciences Student Government Association

MJC - Medical Journal Club

MSC - Medical Spanish Club

Muslim Student Association

Nutrition Club

OTDSGA - Occupational Therapy Doctorate Student Government Association

PASGA - Physician Assistant Student Government Association

PTE - Pi Theta Epsilon

PHPIG - Public Health and Policy Interest Group

Sigma Sigma Phi

SNAC - Student Nutrition Action Collective

SS - Student Senate

TUN JSA - TUN Jewish Student Association

TUN Student to Student Outreach

UC- Ultrasound Club

WMIG – Wilderness Medicine Interest Group

Student Government

Become a part of the Student Government Association and be a respected voice for students. Through this dynamic organization, you take part in student council, student senate, or be a class officer to help create policies, and plan activities for your peers while gaining valuable experience that will enhance your academic experience.