White Coating Webcast

  • We invite you to share in KCUMB’s White Coating Ceremony by watching a live streaming webcast and video of this event. (Live webcasts typically begin 15 minutes before the start of the event. Videos of the event are typically available on the first business day following the event.)  Read FAQs | See system requirements

    College of Osteopathic Medicine - Class of 2017 White Coating Ceremony


  • Webcast FAQs

    When can I start watching the video for the White Coating Ceremony?
    You can begin watching the live webcast as early as 15 minutes before the White Coating Ceremony begins.

    Will I be able to pause or rewind the live streaming video as it is playing?
    No. The video is a live stream, which means that it is happening in real time and you will be unable to pause or rewind the video. After the White Coating Ceremony is over, you will be able to view a recorded video of the event in which you will be able to pause, rewind or fast-forward as needed.

    Can I start playing the live streaming video anytime during the White Coating Ceremony?
    Yes, however you will see the live stream as it is currently being presented. You will not be able to start the stream from the beginning of the White Coating Ceremony.

    Will a video of the ceremony be available once White Coating is over?
    Yes. A video will be posted a few days after the event and will be available for up to 30 days after the event.

    I can see the White Coating Ceremony video, but I can’t hear it. What should I do?
    Make sure your computer has speakers and that the speakers are turned on. You may also be able to control your computer’s sound from your keyboard or desktop. Check to make sure that the sound is not muted and that the volume is turned up.

    When I watch the White Coating Ceremony video, it appears grainy. Why?
    If you re-sized the video player window to a larger size to fit your monitor, it may look grainy or fuzzy. For maximum viewing quality, try re-sizing the window to a smaller size.

    System Requirements

    Live streaming videos are tested on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. Since this is a browser-based player, you must upgrade to the most recent of your browser at that moment. You can select from the following supported browsers:

    Note: The latest version of Adobe Flash Player should be installed in order to view LIVE streams or videos. Click here to install Adobe Flash Player.