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Michigan State University

Michigan State University

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM) has a medical school at three sites:

  1. East Lansing on the MSU campus
  2. Detroit at the DMC Medical Center
  3. On campus at the Macomb University Center

Assistant Dean Bruce Wolf, D.O., leads the Macomb site.

Admission to MSUCOM requires:

  • Competitive undergraduate grade point averages
  • MCAT scores
  • Application to AACOMAS
  • Transcripts
  • Evidence of significant volunteerism
  • And other requirements

Virtually all applicants hold at least a bachelor's degree.

Pre-admissions counseling is highly recommended, as is planning for medical school as early as possible. For full up-to-date information see Admissions or call 517.353.7740.

Information on registration is provided directly to students who are offered admission. College of Osteopathic Medicine courses are not available to students who are not enrolled at MSUCOM.

Undergraduate Transfer

Macomb Community College students are invited to consider transferring to Michigan State University for study in one of our undergraduate programs.

While transfer information is available online, students may learn more at one of MSU’s transfer admission information sessions.

Virtual visits are available on select Wednesdays, from 3-4pm and in-person visits are offered most Thursdays, from 3-5pm. Students can sign up at https://admissions.msu.edu/visit/visit-options/transfer.

Additionally, Early College of Macomb students are typically invited to apply as first-year students. More information can be found at https://admissions.msu.edu/apply/freshman/how-to-apply with visit information at https://admissions.msu.edu/visit/prospective.

Location, Hours and Contact Information

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Office: UC4, Room 117
Phone: 586.263.6711


Anne Snyder, Admissions counselor
Email: snyde137@msu.edu

Michigan State University