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Lecture Halls

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Keefer Auditorium

Lecture Halls

Keefer Auditorium is used for a number of basic science courses. It’s also used for clinical conferences by various departments. Students attend these conferences during their third and fourth year rotations.

Student Comments:

"This is an amazing lecture hall. It’s almost too comfortable!"
First Year Student

"They have a tremendous number of great professors and lecturers
as well as some amazing guest speakers."
Second Year Student

Bakst Auditorium

Bakst is one of the main lecture halls for pre-clinical students. You will be spending a
lot of time in here, so it’s good to know that this room is very comfortable.
There is a new lecture hall at 670 Albany Street, as seen below.

Lecture Hall at 670 Albany Street

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