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The School and its alumni have long been committed to helping medical students defray their education costs. Data gathered over the past twenty years, for instance, show that in any given year aid helped ease financial concerns for between 72 percent and 87 percent of our students.

How did receiving help with the costs of medical school assist you both while you were a student and afterward?
What surprised you about how the COVID-19 pandemic affected health care in the United States?
When medical students care for their first patient, the experience can be memorable.

What do you remember about your first patient encounter?

Of the various clinical rotations you participated in while a medical student, which made the greatest impression on you and why?