Houses/Student Groups/Activities





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Learning Communities/Houses

Beginning in 2013, the Wake Forest School of Medicine established Learning Communities or “Houses,” in support of the education of our students.   Within each House, mentors, including specialty advisors representing many of the major subspecialties, serve as points for contact for academic, career, and personal advice throughout medical school.   Students will meet regularly with clinical skills coaches for coaching and career advising during the first and second years.  This team mentoring approach builds a solid foundation of support for medical school.

Learning Communities consist of the following Houses:

The goals of the Learning Communities/Houses are:

  • Fostering relationships between students and faculty
  • Vertical integration of medical students across class years
  • Advising, mentoring, and career planning
  • Modeling medical professionalism
  • Creating community service opportunities
  • Social networking



Student Groups

Quick Reference

Phone: 336-716-4271
Fax: 336-716-5807


Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 4:30pm


Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education, 2nd Floor

475 Vine St.  Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Mailing Address:

Office of Student Affairs
Wake Forest Baptist Health
PO Box 573184
Winston Salem, NC 27157

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