To stay up to date on important academic dates, refer to the academic calendar.
Clerkship and Electives FAQs
- Do we rank which order we schedule each rotation?
The preferencing screen allows students to show which rotation they want, where, and when. If a center has a spot during the time they want the rotation, they can preference that center. The centers do not have spots for Indy students for all clerkships for all rotations, only some. They enter their preferences in order of preference. So, whatever they want the most should be listed at the top of their preferences.
- Do we get to rank which hospital we do each rotation?
Not through the Registrar’s office. Students will be asked by each clerkship to rank their preferences for site and sometimes service for that specific clerkship. The only exception to this is for Emergency Medicine in the fourth year. Students can preference by rotation and site. This may be something to shoot for next year, but the clerkships are asking to assign this year.
- What are options for electives?
See elective catalog and talk with a lead advisor
Student Affairs Information
Student Affairs is located in the Van Nuys Medical Science Building.
The registrar’s office is located in MS 162 is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Phone: 317-274-1973
IU Health Access
IU Health Physician Education (covers all your health systems access such as CareWeb, Cerner, etc.)
Please go to Financial Aid web page for more information.
Keep your IUPUI email address after graduation.
The Elective Program provides each student with the opportunity to select elective courses in areas of his/her interest. All electives must be approved by your academic advisor.
To learn about the Elective Program, view the Electives overview.
What electives can fourth-year students take?
- See the 2018-2019 Electives Listing.
Check Out the Four-Year Overview: Roadmap to Residency
- NRMP — National Resident Matching Program, a private, not-for-profit corporation established in 1952
- Residency Resource Portal — a collection of links, data, and reports that provides a good starting point for your residency search and application
- ERAS — Electronic Residency Application Service, a program of the AAMC
- ERAS Frequently Asked Questions
- FREIDA — FREIDA Online is a database with over 8,700 graduate medical education programs
- Careers in Medicine — a career planning program designed to help you choose a medical specialty and select and apply to a residency program – an AAMC student site
- You may wish to look at the residency pages at Careers In Medicine — an AAMC Website.
Helping Our Students Travel
The IU Alumni HOST Program provides free housing in residency interview cities and supplies local insight, networking and mentoring.