Orientation Leaders guide new students throughout the experience.By participating in Orientation you will: Freshman Orientation is a two-day program required of all new students.Freshman Orientation is a two-day program required of all new students.Once you have confirmed your enrollment, you will receive information from your college about your New Student Checklist and registering for Orientation.The department is entering an exciting time with numerous areas of growth and expansion including: On the educational front, we will be offering fellowship programs in Cardiothoracic, Pediatric and Regional Anesthesiology as well as Critical Care Medicine. Finally, as part of a major research university whose motto is “Driven to Discover”, we are developing a research division that will focus on epidemiology and outcomes, as well as basic and translateral research in collaboration with other clinical and basic science departments in the Medical School.
To be eligible for a waiver as an International Student, you must be covered by a United States-based employer-sponsored group health plan or the University-sponsored Graduate Assistant Health Plan.
To contact your college about signing up for your Orientation program, click here.
We strongly encourage international students to arrive in Minnesota on the suggested arrival date of August 21, 2016.
Be sure to stay in touch with your college of enrollment to make sure you complete all college expectations.
To contact your college, or to access your college-specific New Student Checklist, click here.
Eligible students who do not provide verifiable insurance information at the time of class registration or appropriately waive the Student Health Benefit Plan per established guidelines will be automatically enrolled in and billed for the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan.