Office of the Dean
O’Dowd Hall, Room 428
586 Pioneer Drive
Rochester, MI 48309-4482
(map)
(248) 370-3634

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Admissions Events

Public Event:
Admissions Webinars

Interested in learning more about the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine admission process? Participate in one of our Admissions Webinar programs! The webinars are online audio presentations with the ability to type questions to be addressed by the presenter. Each webinar lasts approximately one hour.



Upcoming Webinar

Instructions for joining a webinar:

On the day of the webinar, here is how you join the session:

  1. Click the selected date link above.
  2. Under Join Session Now in the upper right of your screen, enter your display name and email address.
  3. Click on "Join Now".

Please allow time to download some possible (free) Java software in order to view the webinar. Do be sure to have the audio turned on so that you may hear the live presentation. If you have technical difficulties accessing the webinar, please call (248) 370-2769 for assistance.


Invited applicants:
Interview Day

Interview Day Agenda




Breakfast and Introductions (Begins promptly at 8:00 a.m.)

Faculty and staff greet you in 110A O'Dowd Hall, where your day begins with a continental breakfast (pastries, fruit, coffee) and an introduction to the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. 


Welcome and Overview

Hear all about the OUWB School of Medicine including the curriculum, student services, and admissions.


Team Based Learning (TBL) Exercise

You and your fellow interviewees will join one of our dedicated faculty for a Team-Based Learning exercise. TBL is one of the many learning modalities used by OUWB and you will be given the opportunity to participate in a session to get a feel for the school.


All Aboard!

We’ll jump on a charter bus for a quick trip to Royal Oak – home to Beaumont’s largest hospital with over 1,000 beds.

Lunch

Enjoy lunch in an informal setting with a couple of OUWB's current students.


Interviews

Each applicant is scheduled for two separate interviews with physicians, faculty members, deans, or M4 students.  Both interviews will take place at Beaumont Royal Oak. Interviews are semi-blind which means the interviewers do not have access to your metrics (GPA & MCAT score) or letters of recommendation.


Tour: Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak

An OUWB student will lead you on a tour of the hospital. We think you’ll be impressed by this major academic and referral center with Level I Trauma status.


Wrap-Up Session

You will have an opportunity to ask any questions of Dr. Grabowski, Assistant Dean for Medical School Admissions and Financial Services, before returning to Oakland University.


Optional Tour: Oakland University (Concludes at 5:00 p.m. with tour)

You will have the option to tour the beautiful Oakland University campus with visits to the Center for Medical Student Services, student study spaces, student lounge, OU Recreation Center, Medical Library including study rooms, and the Anatomy Lab.

 

 


Public Event:
Preview Days

Interested in learning more about the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine admission process? Attend one of our Admissions Preview Days!

The Preview Day event typically lasts approximately two and one half hours.


Upcoming Dates

Registration

Registration is required. Please click on the date of the event to the right to submit your RSVP. If you have any questions, please contact the OUWB Admissions Office by phone at 248-370-2769 or by email at medadmit@oakland.edu. We look forward to seeing you on campus!


Scheduled Activities

  • Admissions presentation
  • Student panel
  • Tour of OUWB

 

 

 

Invited applicants:
The Second Look Experience

Come join us for an in-depth view of the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. Meet current OUWB students, future classmates, interact with faculty, learn about our innovative curriculum and more. This event is by invitation only for admitted students.