Dajan Treder

Dajan Treder

University of Providence

I chose Methodist during my interview process. After leaving the interview, I knew that if I got in, I would choose to go here. During the interview, the faculty was incredibly welcoming and really made me feel like they were interested in getting to know about me. As a student here now, I appreciate how caring the faculty are and how invested they are in my education. I appreciate the knowledge that each member brings, but what really raises the bar is their compassion for patient care. The faculty also make a great effort to make us feel supported as students. I know that whenever I have a problem I can easily meet with my advisor, even if it’s just to chat about my day. I could go on about the anatomy lab and our buildings, but in my opinion, the intangibles are evident in the care that faculty takes to support us in our education and they time they take to ensure that our future patients will receive the best care possible. Additionally, the program fosters an environment of cooperation among the students. I love that I can lean on my classmates for help. I was really nervous to move across the country, but if I had to do it over again, I would most definitely choose Methodist every time.