Mentoring and Support
Faculty Mentor Bank
Outside of the formally assigned Advising Deans, each student has access to a bank of faculty mentors. These faculty members have expressed a concerted interest in developing mentoring bonds with medical students during their preclinical years and beyond. If you are a Washington University Medical Student who is interested in accessing the Faculty Mentor Bank, and possibly connecting with a faculty mentor, please click here
Follow this link to see Mentors, a profile and story about the life-long impact of mentoring at Washington University School of Medicine.
M1:M4 – First-Year Mentors
Fourth-year students serve as mentors to first-year students (1:2) throughout the Practice of Medicine course.
M1:M2 – Big Sib Program
Every incoming student is matched with a second-year student with similar interests. Sibs share advice, class notes, and occasional treats!
Student Group Mentoring and Support
The following student-run groups offer mentoring and support activities:
- American Medical Women’s Association
- Emergency Medicine Interest Group
- Family Medicine Interest Group
- Health Economics and Policy Interest Group
- Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program
- Obstetrics and Gynecology Interest Group
- Oncology Interest Group
- Ophthalmology Interest Group
- Pediatric Interest Group
- Public Health Interest Group
- Radiology Interest Group
- Saturday Neighborhood Health Clinic
- Student Interest Group in Neurology