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The information and policies contained in this handbook apply to students in the University Program of the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. College Program students enrolled in the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine (CCLCM) are referred to that institution’s handbook. College Program students are covered by the general policies of Case Western Reserve University which apply to all students at the University.
This publication has the limited purpose of providing information concerning the programs of the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. This publication should not be construed as an offer or contract between the University and any person. The University has the right to amend, add, or delete any information in this publication, including any course of study, program fee or regulation of the University. Policies and regulations listed in this Handbook are subject to change at any time throughout the academic year. Announcements of such changes are made on a routine basis within the University and the School of Medicine.
Matters affecting the academic and personal well-being of medical students in all phases of the MD program are the responsibility of Clint Snyder, PhD, MBA, Interim Vice Dean for Education and Academic Affairs; Charles Kent Smith, MD, the Senior Associate Dean for Students; Robert L. Haynie, MD, PhD, the Associate Dean for Student Affairs; Elizabeth D. McKinley, MD, MPH, Assistant Dean for Student Societies; Lynda G. Montgomery, MD, MEd, Assistant Dean for Student Societies, and Steven Ricanati, MD, Assistant Dean for Student Societies. Their staffs are prepared to assist students in a wide range of services including counseling, advising, and academic support. For clarification or further information regarding these policies, students should first consult the Office of Student Affairs or the Office of the Registrar.
Additional information regarding University policies and programs can be found in the Undergraduate Handbook.
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