Vanderbilt University

Vanderbilt University Graduate Medical Education

Vanderbilt University is a residential campus for undergraduate students, and the residential experience is understood to be an integral part of a Vanderbilt education. This commitment to residential education is clearly expressed in the University’s residential requirement:

“All unmarried undergraduate students, except those who live with their families in Davidson County, must live in residence halls on campus during the academic year, May session, and Summer sessions. Authorization to live elsewhere is granted at the discretion of the Director of Housing Assignments in special situations or when space is unavailable on campus.” (Student Handbook)

By accepting a room assignment, a student is contractually obligated to occupy that room for the entire academic year, unless the student withdraws from the University, graduates, or participates in a Vanderbilt Overseas Program. Vacant spaces are subject to assignment by the Office of Housing and Residential Education.

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Disparities In Access To Palliative Care  — Health Affairs
Postgraduate training opportunities for all disciplines involved in providing palliative care, such as graduate medical education slots, should be increased.

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How much is vanderbilt universities medical school?

Vanderbilt is a very expensive university because they are private. I believe for instate students for med school it is like $16k a semester? Not sure on exact cost of tuition so don't quote me. But you must keep in mind that I only mentioned tuition. Not including mal practice insurance (Yes you will need that when you enter your 3rd and 4th year as a med student), cost of living arrangements, transportation (schools and hospitals are not always next door), food, phone (if you even have time to talk on it), etc.

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