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    Update on Trinity School of Medicine

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    Hi Everyone,

    Trinity SOM hasn't utilized these forums very much in the past, but I am here to help answer any questions or concerns now! Just wanted to give a few updates about the exciting things happening with Trinity SOM!

    Some updates on Trinity School of Medicine for you:


    • We’re still small! Our January class is at 20-30 students, our largest class in September is at 60-70 students.



    • Trinity is the only school in St. Vincent and the Grenadines with CAAM-HP accreditation.



    • Those CAAM-HP standards adopted by St. Vincent and used to evaluate Trinity are recognized by the US Department of Education’s NCFMEA. This is a major stepping stone towards the many tiered benefits of Title IV.



    • 100% of our core clinical rotations take place in Baltimore, Maryland. And we have slots available for every student that is admitted.



    • A major construction project has begun, including new classrooms, lecture halls, student meeting rooms. There is also new student housing under construction.



    • Our match rate is an unvarnished 86%.



    • Our attrition rate is 13-15% from matriculation to graduation.



    • Our average Step-1 score is 220, with highs at 255-257.



    • Our average Step-2 CK score is 234, with highs at 255-258.



    • Next year, Trinity will meet the minimum time-established threshold to apply for tax benefits for Canadian students borrowing money to attend.



    • Our campus has developed a culture around outreach and philanthropy. Some of it is driven by the school (WPP, Village Doctor), but a lot of it (orphanage visits, cancer 5k, St. Vincent Humane Society, toiletry, clothing, and toy drives) are entirely student driven.



    • Student founded and run groups include a broad diversity of communities. Groups include Canadian, Christian, Muslim, Caribbean, and American student associations, medical specialty clubs (surgery, etc.), research, like-minded activities such as SCUBA, animal rescue, and finally an administration-supported student government organization.


    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask!

    Dr. Bell

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