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Class of 2019 Congratulations on your completion of Year 2 of Medical School!
Betty B. Smith
Student Affairs Special Projects Coordinator/ Year 3
Year Three Boot Camp
Please review the schedule for Year 3 Boot Camp/Orientation.
April 24 will be a vacation day and you will report for your first day of
orientation at 8:45 am on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Rotation groups and
other information will be emailed to you closer to orientation.
Best of luck as you prepare for Step II!
*Clerkship activities begin at 7 am and end at 5 pm unless otherwise designated by the clerkship.
Class of 2018 Career Advising Follow-Up
To ensure that we are offering helpful and meaningful
advising opportunities, we ask that you please complete a *very brief* survey
about this year’s Residency Fair. We value your feedback and look forward
to your responses.
RESIDENCY FAIR SURVEY LINK
As we draw closer to the start of
your fourth year, we want to assist you in solidifying your intended specialty
choice for residency applications. Please fill out the “Specialty Choice
Review” form and follow this information that was sent to you via email. We ask
that you meet with both your specialty advisor and your Advanced Career
Advisor by May 10, 2017, and return
completed copies of the form to the Office of Student Affairs by email or in
person no later than May 12, 2017.
If you are still undecided on your
specialty choice, please communicate with your Advanced Career Advisor.
As always, our office is here to help. Please reach out with any
questions you may have.
Useful Student Links
IT Services/Academic Computing: For questions or problems with your laptop, please contact Academic Computing at ACLAB_DL@wakehealth.edu or phone: 336-716-1410.
Wake Forest Medical Center: The Information contained herein Is Intended
to provide Students with basic parking and transportation Information. All
Medical Center faculty, staff, house staff, students and contractors are
required to register their vehicles and display a bar code sticker on their
vehicle. Students may register up to two vehicles and will receive a bar
code decal for each one. Students may request/cancel student parking at any
Wake Forest School of Medicine Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education:
Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Parking Application
Please note that students do not pay for parking and will not be charged the parking fee.
Student Parking Map