Frequently Asked Questions


how do i maintain active member status?

15 total service hours

  • at least 8 hours must come from your cell or FAST

  • no more than 5 outside hours

8 attendance credits - each meeting counts as 2 credits

Be enrolled in at least 12 hours at Baylor.

Maintain a 2.5 GPA with good academic standing. 


how much are dues?

new member $50 

returning member $20

on probation $40

Dues are per semester and go towards t-shirts & other merchandise, First Aid/CPR Certification, FAST equipment, banquet/socials, speaker gifts, administrative fees, scholarships, etc. 

You can pay dues through our online store or in person at meetings.


when are meetings? WHAT DO WE DO?

Meetings take place every other Wednesday from 7-8pm in BSB B110. Check social media and emails for the place and any changes to meeting times. There are 6 General Meeting Dates this semester. 

Fall 2018 Meeting Dates:

  • August 29 & 30- Interest Meetings

  • September 12 - Cell Fair

  • September 26

  • October 10

  • October 24

  • November 7- Elections

  • November 28

During meetings we will have speakers from different pre-health fields, breakout sessions, etc.


What are the award tiers?

MSO members are recognized for outstanding service at the MSO Banquet each semester. Listed below are the different tier levels. 

bronze: 20-29 service hours

silver: 30-39 service hours

gold: 40-49 service hours

platinum: 50+ Service hours

Hours must be MSO accepted service hours with at least 8 hours from your cell and no more than 5 outside hours (not MSO sponsored).


Where can I check my hours?

Check your hours in real time HERE on this online spreadsheet! Simply search for your ID number to find out how many attendance credits or service hours you have.