Student Resources (Duluth)


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Curriculum Overview - Duluth (pdf)

Medical School Catalog
Descriptions of courses offered; degree programs and their requirements.

Grades & Transcripts

Evaluations login (CoursEval)

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Academic Excellence & Assistance

Individual Personal and Academic Counseling:
Individual assistance for personal needs is available by calling Dr. Robin Michaels, 218-726-8393. For individual assistance with academic counseling, call Phyllis Lindberg at (218) 726-7059.

Faculty Advisors
Students will meet regularly with their faculty advisors within the Duluth Learning Communities which support, connect, identify, advocate, and track students.

Learner Development

CAIMH - Center of American Indian and Minority Health
Provides support to Native American and minority students. For personal assistance call the CAIMH office at 218-726-7235.


USMLE Information

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Policies, Requirements and Basic Information


Medical Student Manual (Duluth) (PDF, 1.2MB)

2016 Duluth Entering Class website

Background Check - Online (Do Not Change Password!)

Release of Information Form (pdf)

Photographic Likeness Release (pdf)

Competencies Required for Graduation

One-Stop (UofM Student Services)

Name Change: go to One Stop and select "Personal information" in the right-hand collumn under Quick Links, Student Records.

UMD Campus Maps

UMD Emergency Closings

UMD Campus Services
Parking, Bus, Bookstore, Housing, etc.

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Books and Supplies

UMD Library

UMD Bookstore

Biomedical Library (Online resource for Duluth Students)
Classes Offered by the library: Topics include MEDLINE, PubMed, Evidence Based Health Care, basic database searching, information resources, and web/software technology.

Web MD Books Scientific Books, Apparel and Medical Supplies

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Residency Information

Medical Specialties

AAMC Careers in Medicine
A four-phase course designed to assist you in understanding your options for choosing a specialty and selecting and applying to a residency program to meet your career objectives. (Password required, contact Scott Davenport,, 612-624-8601)

National Residency Matching Program (NRMP)

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Financial Aid

Financial Aid

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Health, Safety, and Well-Being

Mistreatment, harassment, or abuse of a medical student:
The University of Minnesota Medical School is committed to providing a non-discriminatory work and educational environment. Board of Regents' policies prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. To report an incident please complete the form at (login required). For personal assistance contact Dr. Alan Johns at 218-726-7918.

UMD Health Services (Health Clinic for UMD Students)

Infectious Disease Prevention Education Module (AHC Office of Education)
Includes information about the protocol for responding to bloodborne pathogens exposure, required immunizations and vaccines, and more.

Educational Exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens and Tuberculosis (pdf)

Student Health Benefit Plan (AHC, Duluth)

Disability Services (UMD)

Medical Student Well-Being

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Student Involvement

Class Officers

HOPE Clinic
A student-run, faculty-supervised teaching clinic whose mission is to provide access to medical care and act as a referral clinic for the underserved and uninsured populations in the Duluth area.

Women in Medicine
Student run organization working to advance issues dealing with women's health issues and issues facing women in medical careers as well as fundraising for the H.O.P.E. Clinic and the Safe Haven Shelter in Duluth. Contact faculty advisors Ruth Westra ( or Amy Prunuske ( for more information.

Medical Student Council

UMD Student Interest Groups

University Events Calendar

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Technology and Computing

iPad Apps for Medical Students

Manage your University Internet Account Options

ITSS Help and Resources
Help with general computer, internet, network, and telephone issues.

Technology Products
Discounted Technology Products for U Students, Faculty, Staff, and Departments

Free antivirus software

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