We are a graduate school. There are 3 schools, medicine, dentistry and advanced studies.
For medicine and dentistry you need admission exams with application process and interview. Same as medical and dental programs everywhere
I am living in the dorms (the cheapest housing this college provide) and I am quite satisfy with it. Dorm room came with the basics (bed, desk, chair, drawer, 1 bathroom, 2 sinks, A/C unit, 2 closets); room was cleaned and prepared to be moved in.
Well being a Medical student is not easy. It requires a lot of time commitment to studying 24/7 throughout the 4 years of education that includes a lot of holidays. I find myself having to teach myself a lot of the material, there are some great professors but at the same time we don't have all the best professors, so with topics that we have weak professor i have to supplement my knowledge with kaplan videos.