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International students (i.e., non-U.S. citizens or temporary residents) are considered for admission to the following colleges of osteopathic medicine. Please note policies, restrictions, and/or requirements next to each college.
 

College

Additional Information for International Student Applicants

Arizona COM of Midwestern University (AZCOM/MWU)
AZCOM/MWU international student requirements
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM)
Requirements can be found at www.bcomnm.org.
Chicago COM of Midwestern University (CCOM/MWU)
CCOM/MWU international student requirements
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences COM (KCUMB-COM)
KCUMB-COM international student requirements. International applicants who are in a pending status for permanent residency are not eligible for admissions to KCUMB.
 Lake Erie COM (LECOM) International students (non-U.S. citizens or non-permanent residents) will be considered on an individual basis. Non-U.S. citizen/permanent resident applicants must provide documentation verifying that sufficient funds are available in a U.S. bank to cover all expenses to complete the program at LECOM. Additional requirements and information are available by contacting the Admissions Office at admissions@LECOM.edu.
Lincoln Memorial University–DeBusk COM
(LMU-DCOM)
LMU-DCOM policy for international students 
Marian University COM (MU-COM)
MU-COM international student requirements 
Michigan State University COM (MSUCOM)
MSU policies can be found at oiss.isp.msu.edu.
Philadelphia COM (PCOM)
Requirements can be found at pcom.edu/admissions.
Georgia Campus-Philadelphia COM (GA-PCOM)
Requirements can be found at pcom.edu/admissions
Nova Southeastern University COM (NSU-COM)
Contact intl@nova.edu or call 1-800-541-6682, ext 27240. NSU-COM international student requirements
Rowan University SOM (RowanSOM)
Call the Admissions Office for information, (856) 566-7050. 
Touro COM (TouroCOM-NY)
Asylum applicants will provide documentation from their attorney to the Registrar’s department, which handles international students affairs. Other international students are required to provide proof of their I-20 student status and successfully obtain F-1 and I-20 prior to matriculation. 
University of New England COM (UNECOM)
Non-U.S. residents offered acceptance must submit the International Student Supplemental Application Form and an officially certified bank statement indicating that the applicant has sufficient funds in U.S. dollars to cover the annual cost of attendance.
University of North Texas Health Science Center/Texas COM (UNTHSC/TCOM)
Applicants are classified as either residents or non-residents in accordance with the rules and regulations set forth by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Applicants are classified regardless of immigration status.
Edward Via COM – Auburn Campus (VCOM-CC)
In select cases - see www.vcom.edu/catalog.
Edward Via COM – Carolinas Campus (VCOM-CC)
In select cases - see www.vcom.edu/catalog.
Edward Via COM – Virginia Campus (VCOM-VC)
In select cases - see www.vcom.edu/catalog.
Western Univ. of Health Sciences–COM of the Pacific (WesternU/COMP)
Pomona, CA campus: Applicants who are not U.S. citizens and who are living in the U.S. should be prepared to provide proof of legal U.S. residency at the time of interview. If eligible, Form I-20 will be issued only after an offer of acceptance. Lebanon, OR campus: We cannot accept applications from international students.
William Carey University COM (WCUCOM)
Applicants who are not U.S. citizens and who are living in the U.S. should be prepared to provide proof of legal residency at the time of interview. If eligible, Form I-20 will be issued only after an offer of acceptance.