Medical Student Services

The Medical Student Services Team provides student services and support for academic success, personal health and wellbeing and career advising. Moreover, the Student Services Team supports Student Council, the Wellness Committee, the student honors societies (AOA and GHHS) and the Committee on Advancement and Fitness; serving as a student advocate for all students.

For an overview of our policies and procedures, view the Student Handbook.

Academic Success

Academic success services include information regarding tutoring, test taking strategies, time management, referrals for learning evaluations, disability services and accommodations and USMLE information, vouchers and resources.

Personal Health and Wellbeing

Personal Health and Wellbeing services include meetings with Dr. Rosen, referrals to counseling services and health and wellbeing programming in collaboration with the university and the Wellness Committee.

Career Planning

Career advising services include training, support and resources for primary (PCR) and specialty advisors, information regarding specialties (CiM specialty panel, support for specialty SIGs, information regarding CiM) and information, support and resources for applying to residency.

Meet the Medical Student Services Team (team chart)...

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Larner College of Medicine Student Guidebook


Created as a framework and starting place for readers to gain information as well as potentially see themselves reflected in the various offerings of Vermont.

Brings together many sources of information for easy access. Information reflects a diverse collection of community experiences and resources from which everyone may benefit.

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The Student Ambassadors and SALT team collaborated with several students current and graduated to create an Academic subsection to the LCOM Student Guidebook to help guide students through their first day of classes up until graduation. It is a 70+ page document that includes where to study, how to study for different courses, how to schedule USMLE exams and how to maneuver the third- and fourth-year lottery. It is password protected and will be updated as new changes are made and with submitted feedback. If you have any questions, please reach out to the current editors: Niko Patel, Zach Silberman, and/or Joy Benner.

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