White Coat Ceremony
The School of Medicine recognizes first-year students' entrance into the medical profession at a White Coat Ceremony. The White Coat Ceremony is one of a series of initiatives developed by the medical school as part of its Project Professionalism. This school-wide project was implemented to foster a culture among students and faculty that honors the ideals of medical professionalism: maintenance of patient interest above physician self-interest, altruism, accountability, excellence, duty and service, honor and integrity, and respect for others.
The ceremony lasts about 90 minutes.
What: 2020 White Coat Ceremony
Where: Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, 600 N. 7th Street Trafficway, Kansas City, Kansas
When: Friday, July 24, 2020, at 2:00 p.m.
Students may invite as many guests as they choose. Guest seating is unlimited.
- LOT 2: West of Memorial Hall at 7th and Barnett, enter from Barnett
- LOT 3: East of 7th and Tauromee, enter from Tauromee
- LOT E: East of 7th and Barnett, enter from Barnett or Ann Ave
- Streetside parking