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Match Day 2017: What will the envelope reveal?

Today, at 9 a.m. Pacific time, around 18,000 medical students across the U.S. will find out the direction of the next two to five years of their lives. Yes, it's Match Day, the day that students open letters from the National Resident Matching Program and learn where they'll be starting their residencies.

Match Day is always exciting, and we'll be sharing photos of the students and their friends and families on Instagram and Facebook throughout the day and weekend. If you have a Stanford photo to share please use the hashtag #MatchDay2017 or #StanfordMatch.

Good luck, students!

Previously: The envelope please: Stanford medical students open next chapter of their lives at Match DayMatch Day at Stanford sizzles with successful matches & good cheer and Stanford Medicine's Match Day, in pictures
Photo by Norbert von der Groeben

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