Policies

International Students

CUSM is not approved to issue a certificate of eligibility (I–20) for international students. Therefore, student visa services are not provided. CUSM does not vouch for student status and makes no associated charges.

Citizenship

CUSM requires that applicants are a US citizen, have a Permanent Resident Visa, or have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status. Please review the Policy on DACA Applicants below.

Policy on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Applicants

Criminal Background Check

Applicants to the MD program must provide consent to the following background checks, which are required before the matriculating year: National, state, and county criminal background checks. Details as to how to facilitate completion of these requirements are sent in the student’s matriculation packet.


Below please find a few additional policies applicable to the program students. Please find the complete list of student policies in the CUSM Student Catalog/Handbook.



Standards of Conduct for the Teacher-Learner Relationship

CUSM is committed to foster the development of professional and collegial attitudes needed to provide caring and compassionate health care by all members of the medical school community, including medical students, resident physicians, faculty, volunteers and other staff who participate in the educational process. Please review the Standards of Conduct for the Teacher-Learner Relationship below.