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Student Affairs

Medical students.

About the Office of Medical Student Affairs


The Office of Student Affairs is committed to supporting the well-being of our students by providing a broad range of services including academic support, coordination of academic schedules, advising for the residency match, career advising, financial services and student wellness activities.  

Our goal is to help students excel in medical school to obtain the best possible residency position to prepare them for a fulfilling career as a physician or physician-scientist. Our office consists of the following areas:


Academic Support & Counseling 

 

Admissions

Medical students in CARE/Crawely atrium.The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine has a designated office and an array of support services and programs designed to assist medical students and promote academic success.    The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine's admissions process is holistic in nature and will select those applicants who have demonstrated an ability to excel in a rigorous academic program and who present evidence of significant academic and personal achievement. 
     

Financial Services

 

Medical Student Ceremonies

Student looking at paper.Financial Services provides students with information about the cost of attending the College of Medicine as well as the federal, state, institutional and private programs available to help students meet their educational expenses.    Student at Match Day event.The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine celebrates the many milestones in a medical student’s educational training while in school through a variety of ceremonies/events.
     

Registrar

 

Recruitment Programs

Medical studentAt the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, the registrar's primary role is to maintain the permanent records and documents that pertain to each matriculated student’s progress through medical school.    Students at residency fair.The Office of Recruitment Programs is responsible for recruiting and providing programming and supportive services to students who demonstrate considerable promise as future physicians.