The College of Health Sciences organized an orientation program for its returning 200 level students. The course, organized to prepare students for the rigors of a medical career addressed various topics ranging from tips on effective time management to stress management. Speaking during the program, the Faculty’s Provost enjoined students to work even harder in their studies to ensure success, and re-iterated the college’s commitment to producing the next generation of practitioners and specialists that will use their expertise to “significantly impact the health and well-being of the population and societies.”

The course ended with a question and answer session as faculty members responded to students’ enquiries.