Starting clinical rotations is an exciting time for third year medical students who have just taken and passed the USMLE Step 1 exam (at least for my school).
For AUA, we are assigned our own clinical document specialist and clinical coordinator to whom we submit required documentation (physical exam forms, vaccination records, etc) as well as our preferred clinical rotation sites. Once placed, we pretty much set everything else up ourselves in terms of housing and forms of transportation (if needed).
If you're interested in checking out my introduction to clinical rotations page, please click here. This is your guide when starting your clinical rotations: etiquette, professionalism, clothing, tools, and resources.
If you want to know about the specific core and elective rotations I've completed, check it out here.