KUMC is very concerned about the needs of students. Student Health, Educational Support, the Office of Cultural Enhancement and and Diversity, and the Office of Student Engagement have all been helpful resources for myself. If I have a problem, or need assistance on campus, I have comfort in knowing that someone is there for me and really cares.
As it implies in the name, act professional. Be timely, appropriately use phones and computers in class, and remember class sizes are much smaller and instructors will know you personally. Professional school unlike undergrad, is preparing you for the career path you are pursuing. A lot of the information that you learn, you will actually use on a daily basis! Understand that not everyone has a chance to attend professional/graduate school and you should represent the University in a positive light.
When you first come to campus don't join every group — attend many activities and sessions and determine what you like. Joining too many groups too early can lead to over-committing yourself. After you have adjusted, then invest you time in extracurricular actives that you enjoy.
The 4th floor of Orr-Major or in the Heart Hospital.
All of the restaurants on 39th Street are great! I have to admit my favorites are Room 39 or Blue Koi.