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College of Osteopathic medicine Quick Facts

  • Addressing physician shortage in Michigan – we’ve recently expanded our class size by 150% as part of our mandate to produce primary care physicians for the state
  • 1,255 students statewide – approximately 400 first- and second years in East Lansing, 100 each at the Detroit Medical Center and Macomb University Center with third- and fourth- years in clinical rotations at partner hospitals across the state

  • 86% are Michigan residents - Our students come from every community from Detroit and west Michigan to the Upper Peninsula

  • Two-thirds of our graduates stay in the state to practice patient-centered care in 79 of Michigan’s 83 counties.

  • $10 million in federal matching funds were received by Michigan healthcare institutions participating in MSUCOM’s Statewide Campus System – one of the nation’s largest graduate medical education consortia with 1,645 physicians-in-training in 216 programs.