We take the decision of our students to choose us as their medical school very seriously. We believe it is our job to do everything we can to ensure their success and well – being – from tutoring to personal counseling to one of a kind mentoring opportunities.

For medical students, hearing a physician who serves as a mentor may be one of the most valuable resources on the path to becoming a doctor. The college recognizes the importance of mentoring its students and provides ample opportunities for building relationships between faculty and students.

The college Advisor / mentor initiative pairs first year medical students with a faculty member who can offer insight, encouragement and discipline specific learning opportunities.

To This end, during or after the first semester / orientation programs, students are asked to identify 3 clinical specialist areas that interest them. This information is then used to pair the students or group of students with a specialist in one of the areas that they have indicated).