Touro University Nevada is proud to welcome its newest group of students to the College of Health and Human Services.
New students from the College of Health and Human Services will volunteer their time assisting several non-profit organizations across the Las Vegas Valley as part of their Day of Service.
Touro University Nevada is proud to welcome its newest group of students to the College of Osteopathic Medicine.
First-year students from the Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine will volunteer their time with at several non-profit organizations across the Las Vegas Valley as part of their Day of Service.
The Touro University Nevada White Coat Ceremony was developed to honor our students in osteopathic medicine, physician assistant studies, occupational therapy, nursing, and physical therapy as they accept the professional responsibilities inherent in their relationship with patients. As students receive their white coats, we encourage them to think about the time-honored professions that they are joining and wear their coats with the requisite sense of professionalism and seriousness. The white coat, worn by individuals to connote their education and credentials as healers, is a symbol widely recognized by today’s society.
The ceremony does not require tickets. Seating is first-come, first-served. Doors typically open an hour prior to the ceremony.