The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai proactively works to identify and support students who are experiencing difficulty in or out of the classroom. If the difficulty is impeding the academic achievement of our students, a system is in place to track students’ performance during medical school. The Office of Student Affairs monitors the data, and unless it’s necessary for educational purposes and coordination, the Student Affairs Office protects the students’ identity and status.
View the below polices for further information:
This policy provides students with definitions of academic standing and status for the MD program.
Due Process and Promotion/Disciplinary Action
This policy provides information to students about Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
This policy provides explanation of forward-feeding of student information within Icahn Mount Sinai.
This policy outlines the graduation requirements for all Icahn School of Medicine medical students.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
This policy provides information to students about Satisfactory Academic Progress.
Yearly Progress Requirements
This policy outlines the requirements students must complete to complete each year of education.
Remediation – Years 1 and 2
This policy includes information about remediations in the MD program for Years 1 and 2.
Remediation – Years 3 and 4
This policy includes information about remediations in the MD program for Years 3 and 4.