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Group on Student Affairs (GSA)

The purpose of the Group on Student Affairs (GSA) is to advance medical education and, specifically, to represent the interests of medical schools and medical students in the areas of admissions, diversity affairs, financial aid, student affairs, and student records.



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Featured GSA Resources

Traffic Rules for Admissions: AAMC Recommendations for Medical School and M.D.-Ph.D. Admissions Officers  Highlights of the new traffic rules which will go into effect with the 2015 AMCAS Application cycle (which will open in Late spring of 2014) You will see next to each traffic rule if a change occurred or not. If a revision was made to the rule, a short explanation is provided explaining the rational for the change.

GSA - New Member Handbook

GSA New Member Handbook  Essential information in this guide for new GSA members includes AAMC services and initiatives, GSA organizational structure, GSA representatives roles and responsibilities, and contact information for AAMC staff.


GSA Business Cover

GSA Business Meeting Agenda and Reports  Information in this resource includes the 2013 GSA National Chair's Report, 2013 GSA Sectional and Committee Written Reports, and 2013 GSA Regional Written Reports.


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AAMC Uniform Clinical Training Affiliation Agreement To end an ongoing “battle of the forms”, the Uniform Agreement will facilitate opportunities for third and fourth year medical students to learn in a clinical setting.

Upcoming Meetings


Admissions Initiative

The AAMC is encouraging participation in the Study of Medical Student Behaviors (SMSB).


Past Meetings


GSA Listserve Find out how to subscribe, set an away mode, and unsubscribe.

GSA Membership Directory (sign in required)

Entrance and Exit Interview Resources for FAOs