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Know your Acronyms and Odds & Ends

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Acronym: AMSA The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) is a student-led, national association that exists to cultivate, inspire, and inform medical students. Click here to learn more. Information Resources If you need technology assistance, contact Information Resources at 701.777.5046 or Mental Health Resources for Students If you are struggling with mental wellbeing for any […]

MS3: Policies, procedures, ERAS

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The Office of Student Affairs & Admissions has links to “Procedures” under the “Policies and Procedures” tab in the Medical Student Handbook link on the SAA web site. The current procedures listed on this site may be of interest to students currently on their clinical rotations as they pertain to away rotations, step examinations, residency […]

Know your acronyms–and deadlines!

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AMSA – Founded in 1950, AMSA (the American Medical Student Association) is a student-led, national association that exists to cultivate, inspire and inform medical students. The independent group is the oldest of its kind in the United States and boasts of nearly 30,000 active members. Click here to learn more. Dates & Deadlines: Financial aid […]

Student Wellness

Categories: MS1, MS2, MS3, MS4, Uncategorized

Now is the time that we all need to focus on resilience. Being resilient is about recognizing that emotions and behaviors affect how we deal with stress. Resilience starts with being self-aware. Self-awareness gives us the ability to be intentional in our responses and find healthy ways to adapt to distressing events in our lives. […]

Something for everyone

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The University Counseling Center remains open during the remote instruction period. Services have been modified and will be delivered remotely. If you have questions or need services, please call UCC at 701.777.2127 during normal business hours. Emotional support is available 24/7 through FirstLink at 701.235.7335. With the transition to the new curriculum and year-round instruction, we […]

Know your Acronyms: FAFSA

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FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the federal government’s form that students need to complete to be eligible to receive financial aid to help with educational costs. It is available to students of all levels and future professions. More information on FAFSA can be seen here.

Sign up for Giving Hearts Day Scholarships Feb. 13!

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The UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences will participate in the 24-hour giving day dedicated to student scholarships known as Giving Hearts Day on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. Dakota Medical Foundation will match up to $25,000 for every dollar SMHS faculty, staff, donors, and friends can pull in for a minimum of two $12,500 student […]

Know your acronyms

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FIRST (Financial Information, Resources, Services, and Tools) is an AAMC program that provides free financial wellness resources. FIRST provides information on paying for medical school, managing your finances, loan repayment and more! Check out FIRST. You will need your AAMC login to access certain content.

Welcome: Alyssa Montgomery

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Hello! My name is Alyssa Montgomery, and I am the Student Services/Admissions Officer. I can assist with applicant needs and questions, financial aid support, and any other question you may have. If I do not know the answer immediately, I will learn it or lead you to the person who does know. I am here […]

Something for Everyone

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Congratulations to our new Alpha Omega Alpha Nominees: Haley Amoth, James Evers, Jacob Greenmyer, Ellen Kronzer, Jordan Lindholm, Shirin Nour, John Stacy, Annika Strand, Alexandra Streifel, and Ashley Wood (plus one more student we were unable to contact after several attempts). Alpha Omega Alpha (AΩA) Honor Medical Society is an honor society in the field […]