Please be advised that orientation week starting August 20, 2019 is MANDATORY.
There will be several important information sessions happening as well as ceremonies and pledges. You will receive a schedule for the week in August 2019.
Included here are your other important tasks to complete prior to or on registration day. Also listed are other important contacts and information you may need.
The Manitoba Medical Students’ Association (MMSA) is the organization that represents the interests of undergraduate medical students at the Max Rady College of Medicine.
Membership in the MMSA is granted to all students registered in undergraduate medicine at the University of Manitoba.
Congratulations, Class of 2023!
Welcome to the University of Manitoba, Max Rady College of Medicine!
The Medtorship Program is a student-run initiative to connect Med 1 students with upper year students. These relationships are meant to provide support, guidance, advice, and friendship throughout your entire medical school career. Our goal is to match first year students with compatible second year students. However, to do so, we need your help! You will be sent a questionnaire/survey that will ask you questions to describe yourself and what you are looking for in a mentor. We will utilize this information to make sure you have the perfect match and the best experience possible.
Please feel free to be as candid as you’d like. The survey is for us to get to know you better and is meant to be lighthearted and fun. Don’t worry about coming across as the “ideal medical school candidate” -- the Multiple Mini Interviews are over now, and no questions will ask you to draw on the CanMEDS framework! If there are any questions you would like to skip, you are more than welcome to.
If you have any further questions, contact Angie Woodbury or Eagan Peters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations again, and welcome to the Med family!
You are not responsible for registering yourself in your MED I courses as the Medicine Admissions Office will do this after receipt of your acceptance and deposit and registration opens.
However, keep in mind that you will be responsible for registering yourself in future years.
Will be assessed after you are registered to the MD Program. You will be able to view the amount owing on your Aurora student account.
The deadline for tuition fees will also be posted on your Aurora account and you must pay your fees by the deadline or your registration will be cancelled. Your $500 deposit will be applied to your tuition.
Applying for financial aid will make applying for entrance scholarships, grants, bursaries and awards much easier.
Visit the following links for more information:
Students who receive notice that they will be receiving a student loan are eligible for a tuition deferral period. You will need to complete a deferral request through the Financial Aid and Awards office.
Provincial Medical Student Financial Assistance Programs:
Remember that during your first week of classes, you will receive presentations on financing your education and financial aid.
Confirmation or certifying letters will not be available until after you are registered for your courses. This usually occurs late July.
Please request your letter at email@example.com. Before this happens, we may be able to provide confirmation that you have been accepted to the MD Program, but not yet enrolled.
The Max Rady College of Medicine Student Affairs Office assists students with:
The University of Manitoba Max Rady College of Medicine is committed to assuring a safe, respectful and supportive learning environment in which all of its members are enabled and encouraged to excel.
Services for Students will help get you settle in at the Bannatyne Campus. They can help get you in touch with student advocates or counsellors, speak with you about accessibility, academic success, health and wellness and financial aid.
A community bus tour will be a part of your first week at school. There was an article written on the Community Bus Tours after the first session in 2013. If you are interested in reading about it, here is the link.
Ongomiizwin Education is a place for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students enrolled in health professional programs to meet, study and explore careers and culture.
Traditionally this event has had a very high turnout of the first year class and is a great way to get to know your classmates and the faculty.
An email will be sent from Medicine Communications. You will be required to RSVP for this event if you would like to attend.
Just prior to the Inaugural Ceremony, all students MUST have their photos taken. These will be for OPAL and the UGME office purposes. If you require a student card, the University ID Centre is located in the NJM library at the Bannatyne Campus.
On Registration Day, you will be assigned a mailbox and locker and will receive your mailbox key, locker key and locker lock.
Read the Mailbox and Locker Policy