Class of 2025, Welcome!
Our Class of 2025 orientation will be here before you know it!
Shelley Wells Collins, M.D. has been named Associate Dean for Student Affairs, a position that serves a pivotal role in the student experience at the UF College of Medicine.
The Office of Student Affairs and Registration acts as a branch of the University’s Office of the Registrar. This office assists students with any requests they might make to the Office of the University Registrar or the Office of Student Services located on the main campus.
Services include student registration, drop/add, verification of enrollment, completion of loan deferment forms, good student driver forms, change of address forms, requests for official transcripts, degree applications, and health insurance forms. When in doubt where to submit a request of any kind, check with the Office of Student Affairs and Registration first. We may be able to save you a trip “up the hill” to the main campus.
The Office of Student Affairs and Registration strives to create a comfort zone for students. The staff is pleased to aid and support students whenever possible. There is a computer and telephone/fax located in the office for student use, chairs and desk for writing or reading that quick note, and brochures of interest. We are also pleased to announce the return of the ever-popular candy dish to provide that little comfort treat!
The four years of medical education are divided into preclinical course work (two years) and clinical clerkships and electives (two years)..
STUDENT HONORS AND AWARDS PRESENTED AT GRADUATION At the time of the annual commencement ceremony, several major honors and awards are presented to graduating students.
The medical residency match: a rite of passage to become a doctor in America. Thousands of medical students across the country enter their hopes and statistics into an algorithm that suddenly one afternoon in March simultaneously determines where each will first practice as doctors.
The [MSPE] is prepared for all senior students by the Associate Dean for Student Affairs. The document is a key part of the residency application packet.
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Our Class of 2024 orientation will be here before you know it! We hope the following information will be helpful to you and alleviate some of your apprehension as to the where, when, and what is expected of you those first few days.
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Class officers are representatives that serve as liaisons to organize, facilitate fun, and to enhance traditions for the continual improvement of educational experience within the College of Medicine here at UF. These officers are class elected whose terms extend until graduation.
The Office of Student Affairs and Registration provides a variety of academic support services to assist students in achieving academic success throughout their medical education.
On May 16, students from the class of 2020 will officially become Gator physicians in a virtual ceremony.
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The students will hold a focus group to gauge thoughts on COVID-19 vaccines
Faculty, staff and students are invited to pick up a chocolate and share with a colleague they are grateful for
The Latino Medical Student Association hosts language workshops to practice Spanish
The UF COVID-19 Student Service Corps is enlisting volunteers