Overall, how satisfied are you with this program?
0 = Terrible, 10 = World Class
"Being a student at NYITCOM (A-State) has been a great experience. full of learning and community. The staff is helpful, direct, focused, and professional. I appreciate the delivery of our course material (online, weekly) as this affords me the opportunity to easily access lectures as many times as necessary to comprehend the concepts. This deliver methods also allows me to work at my own pace and meet the demands of life through careful scheduling. In addition, the staff is readily available to answer questions, meet, and are very responsive to emails. The lectures are appropriately challenging and we are given tools to help aid in our studies (Scholar RX). I am very happy with my decision to attend this medical school and I look forward to what the future holds."
"The anatomy department at this school cares about our education."
"Great resources, deans listen, great opportunities in research and clinical experiences. School really tries to listen to feedback and address problems the best they can."
"The school's academic advisors truly supports and engage with the students, providing value academic advices. We can schedule meetings with the academic advisors to discuss about our academic progress, mental health, and academic stress. Most importantly, they are more transparent with our academic status and grades"
"Mandatory meetings are often tedious (but necessary). I respect that there is a need for community and that information dissemination is critical; thus, I do not particularly mind the mandatory meetings; however, when splitting hairs on a required question of “what do you like least”, meetings make the short list."
"Nothing everything is great"
"No GME associated program with the medical school. We work with residency programs to a great extent but we do not have our own GME residency program."
"The faculty and staff do not care nor support their students. Most of the decisions and rules they make are not intended to support their students, but instead the policies only stick to benefit the school as they desperately want to increase the school ranking and statistics. In the past years, many students brought up this issue with the school, but the deans and program directors would dismiss their claims as if the school is trying silence the students. The toxic school environment and lack of support from the school does not provide a platform for students to voice their opinions."
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