As a completely free clinic, the work of the IU Student Outreach Clinic relies on the generosity and dedication of volunteers. First- through- fourth-year medical students, faculty, and other members of the University and/or Indianapolis community are encouraged to volunteer.

Volunteer opportunities range from medical (performing and assisting in physical and dental exams, prescribing medication) to social (providing legal services to patients, translating during exams). Volunteers seeking a leadership role can even join the Student Outreach Clinic Board. 

No matter your year in school, the Student Outreach Clinic is an excellent way to get hands-on, meaningful exprience and make life-long connections while also giving back to the community. You can sign up today by contacting your school or program's Student Outreach Clinic club.

Still have questions? Visit the FAQ, or reach out to the outreach clinic team.

The clinic filled a gap in my education that I didn’t know was there. Compassionate healthcare is a rare commodity in today’s healthcare system and I feel fortunate to have seen so many examples of compassion at the IUSOC. The way I care for my patients has changed since volunteering at the clinic.

Miriam Hanson, Nursing