Creighton med students find their fit on Match Day
The Creighton University School of Medicine Friday celebrated yet another year in which its graduating students matched to their specialties of choice at a rate greater than 90%, and 100% of students were accepted into residency programs.
Match Day, always a major annual event on the School of Medicine’s calendar, is the day when graduates, having completed their four years of medical education, find out where they will spend their residencies and whether they have been assigned their specialties of choice. In virtual events on Friday, students shared their excitement with family and friends.
“As you go forth to perform lives of service to others, I want you to know how proud we are of you as a group,” said Robert “Bo” Dunlay, MD’81, dean of the Creighton School of Medicine, told the students.
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