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MS4: Graduate Questionnaire Now Open!

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MS4 GQ Flyer

March 19 update: The current completion rate is 46 percent

Congratulations MS4s – you did it! You achieved more than 90 percent participation in the Student Satisfaction Survey (S3), meaning IU School of Medicine will cover $2,500 in expenses for Match, Senior Banquet, Commencement or other related activities. The question is: can you do it again?

The AAMC Graduate Questionnaire, a survey for all senior medical students nationwide, is an important tool for medical schools to use in program evaluation and to improve the medical student experience. This year’s survey opened on Wednesday, Feb. 14. Reach 80 percent participation by midnight on Friday, March 16 – that’s right, Match Day – and the School of Medicine will cover another $2,500 in expenses to make your big days even better.

Don’t stop now – if you’re among the first 32 to answer the GQ, you’ll win a Deluxe Graduation Package containing four reserved seats at Commencement plus a parking pass to the Indiana Government Center Garage. We’ll also hold drawings for Amazon Gift Cards worth $25-$100 and – the best prize of all – an Apple Watch!

All you need to do is electronically submit your time-stamped confirmation page after you complete the survey to by midnight on Monday, April 30. Winners will be drawn and announced on Tuesday, May 1.

You’ve provided actionable feedback in the Student Satisfaction Survey, the results of which will be shared by the end of this month along with an action plan. Don’t miss this opportunity to continue sharing your experience.

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Sara Buckallew

Communications Coordinator

Sara Buckallew works in the Dean's Office of Strategic Communications. As a communications coordinator, Sara supports internal and external communication needs for the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research and the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic...