Campus tours and celebration dinner Oct. 20, 2018  Details

This award is the highest honor bestowed to a School of Medicine graduate. Nominate a classmate today.

Support the SON honors program.  Save the date for style! Details

Preserve your piece of UTMB history today!  Details

Honoring the classes of 1968 and celebrating the classes of 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008.

Located on the corner of 11th & Market Streets, the new Health Education Center will open for students next year.


More than 250 UTMB Alumni to Attend Homecoming Weekend

Homecoming 2018 

This year the classes of 1968 will celebrate their 50th class reunion during our Homecoming festivities on October 19 and 20.   A special luncheon, hosted by UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender will be held to honor all golden anniversary guests.

In addition to the classes of 1968, we will be celebrating the graduates of 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008.

Several events are planned including campus tours, receptions, award programs, a special campus update by UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender, guest lectures, an alumni cocktail reception and reunion dinners.

The San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center in Galveston will serve as our Homecoming headquarters.  Office staff will be at the San Luis on Friday and Saturday and can be reached at  409.744.1500 and ask for extension 4007.



Nominations for 2019 ASDA Awards Accepted Through November 2


The Ashbel Smith Distinguished Alumnus (ASDA) Award is the highest alumni honor bestowed by the university's School of Medicine Alumni Association.

To date, only 213 School of Medicine graduates have been honored as an ASDA awardee since the inception of the award in 1965.  Each awardee has dedicated their lives to patients, students, communities and their professions.

Recognize an School of Medicine alumni who has exhibited outstanding service to the medical profession and humanity by submitting a nomination today.



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