AIMC Berkeley students are assigned a Google Account when they join the Masters, Dual Degree, or Doctoral Completion program.
All students are added to the Shared “AIMC Students” Google Drive with program resources & content passed down from previous generations of students. For more information about accessing the contents of the shared Google Drive, watch this brief tutorial video:
Official school emails from the administration, faculty, or staff will be communicated through your AIMC email account or from the NEO LMS system.
The AIMC Student Body Google Group is a way for AIMC students & graduates to communicate with each other. All students’ personal email addresses are added as “Owners” of that group when they begin school. It is not further maintained or monitored by the school after that initial set up; this means community members can stay on this listserv after graduation if they choose to. You can also opt-out of this email list if you choose to.
To email the student body on this private email list, anyone who is part of the group can send an email to email@example.com. If you have attempted to send an email to this address and it bounced back, make sure you are logged into the personal email account that is a part of the group and not your AIMC email address.
Students can follow AIMC Berkeley on Facebook & Instagram to connect with the community and find out about upcoming events, Alumni features, & follow news from the East Asian Medicine community.
To connect in a more private space with our students & graduates, students can request to join the private AIMC Berkeley School Community Facebook Group.
To learn more about your AIMC Google Account, the shared Drive, the Google Calendar, or how to email the student body, view this document:
If you have any questions about using these resources, please contact Ally Magill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"One of my favorite things about AIMC is the sense of community. We come together to support each other through challenges. Instead of a sense of competitiveness between students, there is a caring community that lifts everybody up. The faculty and staff are approachable and provide wonderful support during your graduate journey."- Master’s Student