Should you receive an offer of admission to MSUCOM, the offer will contain a site designation form where you will be asked to indicate your site preference. Site assignments will be confirmed upon receipt of your admission deposit and required forms. You will be notified of your site placemnt by a confirmation email. Please note, due to limited capacity at each site, MSUCOM does not guarantee that you will be placed at your preferred site.
MSUCOM East Lansing Campus
Located on the eastern edge of the campus of Michigan State University, the 5,200 acre campus offers museums, concerts, Broadway theatre, extensive gardens, working farms, wooded natural area trails, and Big 10 sports. A favorite destination is the MSU Dairy Store where they make and sell ice cream and cheese.
The area offers numerous rental housing options.
There are several pools and gym facilities on campus, as well as softball diamonds and soccer fields. Many MSUCOM students participate in intramural sports.
MSUCOM Detroit Medical Center Campus
Located on the campus of the Detroit Medical Center (DMC) in “Midtown” Detroit and surrounded by several tertiary care hospitals and The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Center. The DMC has over 900 graduate medical education positions of which 84 are osteopathic.
Detroit is a vibrant urban setting with international cuisine, concerts, theatre and professional sports. The DMC site is only two blocks from Detroit ’s Cultural Center , which includes: Detroit Public Library, Detroit Institute of Arts, Children’s Museum, Detroit Historical Museum , Museum of African –American History and Detroit Science Center . Just a few minutes away is “Downtown” Detroit with its professional sports, restaurants and theatres. Detroit and surrounding counties offer numerous housing options.
MSUCOM Macomb University Center Campus
||Located within a twenty mile radius of seven hospitals with over 600 osteopathic graduate medical education positions, this site is housed within the Macomb University Center at Macomb Community College, one of the most advanced professional development facilities in southeast Michigan.
Macomb County is a great place to live. It has thirty-one miles of shoreline, one hundred and thirty parks, more than thirty-five golf courses, three regional shopping centers, numerous restaurants and twenty-one school districts. There is ample affordable housing and plenty of family friendly activities. It also has easy access to freeways which make skiing, boating and other recreational activities just a quick drive away.