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School of Medicine

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2019 PRN Orientation Retreat
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The Office of Student Affairs coordinates and supports events that are held to mark the many milestones reached on the path to your M.D. degree, as well as other student activities throughout the year:

Orientation for new medical students: Two days away from Baylor College of Medicine, professional facilitators and Baylor students coordinate group activities in an experiential learning, outdoor environment. The focus is on team building, the effective development of group and personal relationships and fun. Then three days of presentations, discussions and events at Baylor to help new students have an informative and meaningful transition from undergraduate education to professional school education. See the 2019 Retreat photo slideshow and the 2017 Retreat video

Charity Bowl: Read about the 2018 social event that raised funds for HOMES.

White Coat Ceremony: Read the Oath, see a photo slideshow and video from the 2019 White Coat Ceremony. Read the “Reflections on my first white coat" on BCM Progress Notes and reposted on the Arnold P. Gold Foundation blog.

Medical School Family Day: See a photo slideshow from Family Day 2019.

Match Day coordination: See the festivities from Match Day 2019.

Graduation coordination: See Commencement 2019.

Graduating Class Senior Gala

End of Basic Science Banquet: We assist the second-year class in this celebration at the end of their foundational sciences academic studies.

Also support for: Service Learning Poster Symposium; SHIFT Competition; First Tuesday at the State Capitol

We also provide support for: Over 60 student organizations.

Find academic calendars for Baylor College of Medicine programs on the Office of the Registrar site.

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Progress Notes

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Follow the journeys of your colleagues on Progress Notes where Baylor medical students share their stories from the clinics.