Objective: The authors review third-year medical students’ questionnaires to identify the perceptions, themes, and recommendations following an inpatient suicide. Method: The authors reviewed the needs assessment information collected 1 year after an inpatient suicide. The information, originally gathered through responses to a voluntary e-mail questionnaire, was reviewed for general themes, types of responses, and general recommendations. Results: Nearly all students were sensitive to affected colleagues. Responses suggested general appreciation of offered support. They also related themes of prevention, personal education, being personally affected, identification, sense of loss, anger, and lack of support. Those involved in the code and on the inpatient service were more likely to feel personally affected. Anger and lack of support were derived exclusively from students on the inpatient service. Conclusions: Results provide observations and preliminary suggestions regarding medical students’ responses to patient suicides. Understanding these responses can assist medical student educators in responding to such events.