The College of Medicine Student Council (StuCo for short) is a self-governing body that represents the medical students. StuCo meets monthly to address needs and issues, coordinate the community outreach program, plan social activities, and manage the student fee budget.
Students also have an opportunity to represent the College of Medicine at national, regional, and local meetings and conferences, including the Association of American Medical Colleges and the American Medical Association.
Student Representation on Committees
The faculty of the College appreciates the student perspective and actively seeks their input. Student representation exists on six major committees of the College of Medicine:
- Academic Misconduct Board (10 students are nominated by the Student Council on both campuses from which the Executive Dean selects five to serve one-year terms)
Admissions Board (10 fourth-year students and 10 fourth-year alternates are appointed)
Basic Sciences Curriculum Committee (one first-year and one second-year, elected by their classmates)
Clinical Sciences Curriculum Committee (one fourth-year from the Oklahoma City and Tulsa campuses and the President of the Student Council)
Dean's Student Advisory Group (Presidents and Vice Presidents of the four medical school classes and Student Council)
Student Appeals Board (10 students nominated by the Student Council on both campuses from which the Executive Dean selects five to serve one-year terms).