School of Medicine

Committees with Student Involvement


The following Committees have student members: Curriculum, Admissions and Student Services. Students are encouraged to participate.

Students on At Risk Status, Academic Probation or on Suspension may not serve on these official college committees.

Read more about all Baylor Standing Committees (BCM login required).

Curriculum Committee

The Curriculum Committee has the integrated institutional authority to oversee and direct the overall design, management and evaluation of a coherent and coordinated curriculum for the medical education program. In collaboration and partnership with the Curriculum Office deans, it ensures faculty, medical student, and administrative participation; utilizes expertise in curricular design, pedagogy, and evaluation methods; and leverages empowerment, from bylaws to work in the best interests of the institution without regard for parochial or political influences or departmental pressures.

Read more about the Curriculum Committee.

Admissions Committee

The Admissions Committee seeks those applicants possessing the academic and personal qualities conducive to furthering the high standards and ethics, of the profession of medicine. The committee recognizes that these goals are fully realized when the richness and diversity of our society is reflected in the graduating classes of the College. Accordingly, the committee seeks to attain a student of the highest caliber which reflects the educational, cultural, and ethnic diversity of our society. Medical students are eligible to assist in committee activities in recruiting, meeting and interviewing applicants selected, and upper classmen are full voting members of the Admissions Committee.

Student Services Committee

Students from all the schools at Baylor College of Medicine serve on committees that help ensure that resources and initiatives are meeting the needs of the students they are designed to support.

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