HOST - Help Our Students Travel program - has helped CU's fourth-year medical students find a friendly home while traveling for their residency interviews. The program matches students with CU medical alumni who live in or near the cities where their interviews are taking place. The alumni provide students with a free place to stay for one or more nights.
Each year, the Medical Alumni Association awards at least one $5,000 scholarship to a fourth-year medical student; she/he should be in good academic standing and demonstrate financial need. Applicants also submit a short essay describing: involvement with the Association; future engagement with CU School of Medicine alumna/alumnus; contributions to creating a diverse community.
Donate a stethoscope to an incoming first-year medical student at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
The Foundations of Doctoring is a three-year, longitudinal curriculum emphasizing a humanistic approach to medical care and is designed to equip students with the basic clinical skills required of any excellent physician, regardless of their specialty. Physician /Teachers are currently needed.
The class champion is the primary contact between the graduating class and the CU Medical Alumni Association, especially during the reunion year. Class representatives are invited to attend the Reunion Retreat in the fall and other medical alumni events.
This voluntary group of Colorado residents advocates with the Colorado General Assembly for CU and higher education All communication is via e-mail including legislative updates, notices of CU outreach events and timely messages from the CU president.
Take a leadership role on the Medical Alumni Association Board of Directors and help shape programs and policies that serve alumni and the CU School of Medicine. A call for nominations goes out each year, and you can nominate yourself if you’re interested in joining the Board. Nominate here →