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Membership & Dues

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Alumni of the College of Medicine represent those individuals who have completed at least one academic program from the College of Medicine, including both the doctor of medicine program and training programs in graduate medical education.

Regular Annual Dues: $50
In Training: $10

Life member's dues are $1000.00, payable in a lump sum or in annual installments of $200 per year over a period of five years.

Any graduate of an accredited college of medicine may apply for consideration as an associate member of the Medical Alumni Association. Dues for associate members are the same as those stated above.

Attention New Graduates:  Members of each senior class are afforded one year's free membership in the association upon entering their senior year.    After this first year, please be sure to join your alumni colleagues in supporting the student projects, recognition programs and other activities sponsored by the Alumni Association.

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Questions about your dues should be directed to Anna Skipper at (843) 792-4276 or via e-mail at

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