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MD Student Wellbeing

At NYU Grossman Long Island School of Medicine, we strive to develop and enhance a safe, nonjudgmental environment for medical students that cultivates professional identity and wellbeing. Becoming a physician is a process that can be simultaneously exciting and overwhelming, and we are committed to supporting your success as you progress through medical school. We seek to educate, support, and encourage the development of lifelong resiliency skills that improve one’s mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing, and accomplish this through various programs and services.

We are proud to offer all current students and future matriculated students enrolled in our MD degree program Full-Tuition Scholarships regardless of need or merit—a bold effort to simultaneously address the rising costs of medical education and promote mental wellbeing by alleviating the burden of educational debt.

MD Student Resources

NYU Grossman Long Island School of Medicine’s Office of Student Affairs offers a wide range of academic advising, academic coaching, and peer-mentoring services to help students succeed academically and become compassionate, culturally mindful primary care physicians.

Our students organize and maintain several clubs and activities, including primary care specialty interest groups in family medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, and surgery, which organize lectures, workshops, clinical experiences, and extracurricular activities to enhance students’ educational experience and promote health and wellness.

NYU Grossman Long Island School of Medicine’s Student Health Service provides primary care, women’s health, mental health, and travel health services to all MD students. Learn more about our health and wellness services for MD students, including mental health benefits.

Resources for Reporting Sexual Misconduct

Our Title IX Office provides support and guidance for students who experience sex- or gender-based harassment or discrimination, in compliance with the federal law governing these issues. Access our Sexual Misconduct and Intimate Partner Resource Guide and learn more about Title IX resources (Kerberos ID and password required). If you have any questions, please email Students can report sexual misconduct anonymously.