SCOMSA’s purpose is to advocate for the student body at BUSM.
BUSM has a number of student organizations to get involved with.
Service Learning at BUSM is an eclectic group of experiential educational activities that supports the Wellbeing of our students by nurturing humanism, professionalism and leadership.
BUSM offers students an early exposure to array of medical specialties through the medical student Career Interest Groups.
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Health and Wellness
Physical and mental health are important components of student wellbeing. View the resources available here to help you find a primary care physician, behavioral health support, dental care, student insurance information, and what to do in the case of a needle stick or exposure.
Compliance with regulations at the local, national and federal levels is required for all medical students at different times in their careers. This link summarizes those requirements by academic year.
The ATM Initiative seeks to assure that medical students have the opportunity to learn in an environment that is maximally supportive, collegial, non-threatening, and in every way conducive to academic pursuits.
Mentorship is an important part of your development during your four years at BUSM.
An automatic electronic mailing list helps students stay informed of class notices, class meetings, events and to receive communication from administration.