Academic advising is available through the Office of MD Student Affairs. Our faculty are friendly, accessible and ready to help. Formal advising includes the following:
First- and second-year advising
Pre-clinical advising for first- and second-year students is available through the Office of Student Affairs.
The Career Counseling Office provides advice and resources throughout the medical school experience to prepare students for residency and beyond.
The Office of Medical Student Affairs provides a number of learning-support services throughout all four years of medical school.
- First- and second-year students: tutoring services for individual courses
- Third-year students: tutoring from residents and interns
- All years:
- Learning specialists
- Exam preparation tools
Many faculty members, fellow students and student organizations are actively interested in mentoring medical students and stand ready to help.
It is the goal of Washington University to assist students with disabilities in removing the barriers their disabilities may pose and provide support in facing the challenge of pursuing an education at Washington University.
To discuss disability accommodations, please contact Dean Lisa Moscoso, MD, at email@example.com.