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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Updates as of August 5, 2021

Starting September 21, 2021, All visiting medical students attending UNC School of Medicine for clinical rotations, regardless of Campus/Health System Assignment, will be required to submit documentation of having obtained a COVID-19 vaccine. International-based students will need to submit documentation of having obtained one of the WHO-approved vaccines.

Visit the Office of Student Affairs website for more info.

Current Course Catalogs

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Rotations Calendars

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Please note applications will not be reviewed until the end of Mid-May

Students must be attending a medical school accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME). To find out if your medical school is LCME accredited, visit their website

Students must complete the following requirements through Visiting Student Learning Opportunities™

  • Write a detailed paragraph that explains why you’d like to rotate with our department
  • Submit a photo

We will obtain both of these only through VSLO.

If applicants have any questions, please submit them using the following information:
Aleasha Crisp
Project Coordinator of Education
UNC School of Medicine | Department of Urology
Physicians Office Building
170 Manning Drive, Campus Box #7235
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7235
(P) 919-966-2573 | (F) 919-843-5956

Once all items are available they are reviewed by the Urology Residency Program Director Eric Wallen, MD and the Educations Program Coordinator and applicants will be notified of their application status via email.

If an applicant is approved for rotation, they must contact the Student Affairs Office, 919-843-7095, to finalize visiting student requirements.

The Student Affairs Office will confirm placement in a rotation after the appropriate application process has been completed and the rotation dates have been approved.

For additional information regarding the visiting student process please visit the Student Affairs Office website at:

AUA – National Medical Student Core Curriculum