Over the next three years, the University of Texas will transform a five-block area north of downtown when it constructs four buildings, installs utilities and rearranges part of Red River Street. At the same time, officials will create a curriculum, hire faculty and obtain preliminary accreditation to enroll its first medical school class.
All by summer 2016, when the students start showing up.
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UT is holding a public forum on the medical school Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m., at the Student Activity Center Ballroom, 2201 Speedway. The forum will include medical district partners, Central Health and the Seton Healthcare Family.
Parking will be available in the Brazos Garage, 210 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (next to the Blanton Museum).
The event will also be livestreamed at http://dellmedschool.utexas.edu/ and on Campus Cable TV Channel 11.