Class of 2027 White Coat Ceremony


Feb. 3, 2025, 2pm to 4pm
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Campus Location


The White Coat Ceremony marks the transition of a medical student from the classroom to the clinic and the hospital bedside. The white coat is a symbol of that transition. The coating of the students by their clinical faculty affirms that the student will continue to put the interests of the patient first.

Join Dean Marc J. Kahn and faculty as we celebrate the Class of 2027 as they become student physicians entering their clinical clerkship year.

Additional Information

  • Tickets: Tickets are not required for entrance.
  • Dress Code: Business casual wear is encouraged for guests, students and mentors. Physicians are invited to wear their white coats.
  • Reception: All attendees are invited to brief reception following the event.
  • Accessibility: Ham Hall offers access for attendees with disabilities. Email the Office of Student Affairs if you need assistance.

Note: the White Coat Ceremony is live streamed, photographed and recorded. Your attendance at the event confirms your willingness to appear in video, photographs, and recordings.



Admission Information

Open to invited guests only. There will be a YouTube livestream of the event for everyone to watch virtually. RSVPs are required. 

Contact Information

Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine
Student Affairs