Undergraduate Medical Education
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)
Get involved, challenge yourself, engage with people who have different perspectives and connect with fellow students and faculty. There are numerous ways to enhance your medical school experience through participation in student organizations, committee service, special programs, community service and leadership opportunities. Student involvement is essential to the success of the Long School of Medicine and the broader UT Health San Antonio community.
Special Interest Groups
There is a special interest group for nearly every group or area of interest. For a full list of special interest groups, visit the Student Life website for a full list of groups and activities. If you have an interest or group that is not listed, we have resources that can help you get it started.
Leadership & Mentoring
Students leaders have a role in shaping the present and future of our medical school through student government and or service on standing committees and councils, like the Medical Student Council. Students also serve as peer mentors through Veritas, the student advising system.
Community Service and Outreach
Our students serve local communities in San Antonio and South Texas, as well as providing care to individuals around the world through programs sponsored by the Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics. Complete list of programs
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00pm
Dolph Briscoe, Jr. Library, 5th floor
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Drop-in Advising Hour
Normal campus operations – Every Wednesday from 1-2 pm in Howe Conference Room (Library)
During COVID closures – Every Wednesday from 1-2 pm in each class canvas page chat room