Colorado State welcomes its first class of medical students through CU

Colorado State welcomes its first class of medical students through CU

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Colorado State University welcomed its inaugural group of first-year medical students from the University of Colorado School of Medicine to Fort Collins on Wednesday. 

The class of 12 students opted to attend CSU’s new branch campus rather than the main Anschutz campus in Aurora for a number of reasons, though many stressed community, class sizes and the unique opportunities that come with being on CSU’s campus. 

The partnership with CU’s School of Medicine began last year when 11 third-year students came to CSU to complete the clinical rotations that make up the third year of their four-year program. Another group of third-year students will do their clinical rotations through the CSU campus this year.

Priya Wolff, one of the first-year students, said the idea of being a guinea pig for the program is part of why she wanted to come to the Fort Collins campus. 

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