Executive Associate Dean (EAD) for Medical Education and Student Affairs

The Executive Associate Dean for Medical Education and Student Affairs is responsible for oversight and coordination of educational programs within the School of Medicine.


The work of Admissions does not end when a new class matriculates into the M1 year.

Human Simulation Education Center (HSEC)

The Center is a state-of-the-art educational space designed for simulated participant (SP) encounters.

Emory Center for Experiential Learning (ExCEL)

The Emory Center for Experiential Learning (ExCEL) is located in the James P. Williams School of Medicine Building and includes both the Simulation Center and the Clinical Skills Center.

Financial Aid

The goal of Financial Aid staff is to help students find the necessary resources to cover their educational and living expenses and provide counseling to minimize and manage personal expenses while enrolled.

Medical Education

The Medical Education unit is responsible for executing the medical education program leading to the MD degree, including curriculum development, program evaluation, and student assessment.

Office of Clinical Education

The Office of Clinical Education provides resources to support students during the Application, Discovery, and Translation Phases.

Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA)

The Office of Multicultural Affairs provides programs to support the development and matriculation of diverse learners, including medical students and K-12 students in the medical profession.


The School of Medicine Registrar works closely with the University Registrar and maintains the permanent records and academic documents of all active and former Doctor of Medicine students.

Student Affairs and Enrollment Services

Student Affairs processes student enrollment and class registration and provides resources to support and promote students during their development at Emory School of Medicine.

Last Modified: 7/19/2022