At the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, students are expected to satisfactorily complete all parts of the curriculum within an appropriate timeframe to graduate. Medical students must not only meet academic standards, but also possess certain minimum physical and cognitive skills and abilities. Students must also demonstrate satisfactory mental and emotional stability to complete the course of study and participate in all aspects of medical training. Icahn Mount Sinai does not discriminate against any individuals based on their disabilities. The School remains committed to providing equal opportunities for all students.
View our Technical Standards policy
This policy outlines the technical requirements students must achieve in order to graduate.