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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Medical Student Admissions Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search Home How to ApplyHow to Apply Important Dates Requirements Selection Process The Interview: What to Expect Admissions Committee Bios Visiting Campus Who Chooses WU? My Application Status Financial Planning and Scholarships Advanced Standing Transfer EducationEducation Degree Programs Curriculum Student Research Extracurricular and Service Learning Coaching & Advising The Faculty Teaching Facilities Student Outcomes Academic Calendars and Events Student LifeStudent Life What Are Our Students Like? 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At orientation, each student is placed into a coaching cohort of eight to nine students where Gateway Coaches (clinician-educator faculty members) begin to guide students through individualized assessment data to foster lifelong learning. Coaching cohorts provide a safe and supportive environment for students to reflect on their values and passions so that they can become their most authentic selves as academic physicians. Students meet in cohorts and individually with their coaches–to process their experiences and build community and to review their individual competency portfolio and set learning goals.  The philosophy and guiding principles of the Gateway Coaching Program are presented here. The Coaching Program is led by Dr. Nichole Zehnder (director) and Dr. Amjad Musleh (associate director). Advising Personal and academic student advising occurs within two broad programs: Preclinical Counseling and Career Counseling. Our overall approach to advising is open, facilitative and flexible. The aim is to link students with faculty who have interest, knowledge and experience to best help students identify and achieve their goals. Students are encouraged to seek out and get to know any faculty members who have relevant information. Our accessible and highly student-friendly faculty welcomes inquiry from and interaction with students. Support and Counseling for Underrepresented Students Based in the Office of Diversity Programs, faculty and students collaborate to create an environment that supports personal achievement and development of students and faculty from diverse backgrounds.  Throughout the year, students and faculty organize and coordinate academic, cultural and social activities that promote multicultural awareness and sensitivity, and that teach cultural competence and celebrate diversity. Career Advisors Each third-year student selects a career faculty advisor who is a specialist in the field in which the student will be seeking a residency appointment. Career advisors have responsibility for reviewing the student’s choices for fourth-year electives and making appropriate recommendations for the structure and content of the elective year. The Big Sib Program Each year, second-year class social chairpersons match every incoming student with a second-year student who acts as a “Big Sib” (sibling). The matching is based on items like undergraduate institution attended, home address, extracurricular interests and anything else that match-makers can identify that first- and second-year students might have in common. The program’s annual kick-off starts with a picnic (hosted by the second-year class) where sibs get introduced and connected. 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