The Office of Student Affairs provides guidance, support, and administrative assistance to students and is a great place to visit with any questions you may have while attending TUSM. The office coordinates important events including Orientation, White Coat Ceremony, Match Day, and Commencement activities. The OSA also acts as a liaison to faculty and administration, assists with academic advising and personal counseling, and coordinates the residency application process.
Other areas of responsibility include:
Sackler Center 4th floor
145 Harrison Avenue
(617) 636-6534 (phone)
(617) 636-0432 (fax)
Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Amy Kuhlik, M.D.
Dean for Students
Associate Dean for Students
John Matias, M.Ed.
Associate Dean, Admissions & Enrollment
Emily Walsh, M.Ed
Associate Director of Academic Support
Amanda Paolitto, M.A.
Carol Sue Poindexter
Staff Assistant / Student Services
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