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COM Office of Constituent Services

Welcome to the COM Office
of Constituent Services

The COM Office of Constituent Services is designed to meet the needs of medical students from recruitment through alumnus status. The office is considered a "one-stop shop" for a myriad of needs and issues.

Staff are eager to assist potential students learn more about UNECOM through regional receptions, campus visits, and interviewing for admission. Once admitted, staff work with students in the areas of leadership development, student organization support, personal support, event planning, and more. Alumni will find this office of great value as they remain connected to the UNECOM Community.

The office prides itself on being a resource for all those with whom it comes into contact by helping to cut red tape, serving as an advocate for various needs, and lending a listening ear when needed.

The COM Office of Constituent Services can be reached at 207-602-2329 (extension 2329 from on campus) or via email:

SPECIAL NOTICE:  The entire University of New England will be closed over the long holiday break, beginning Friday, December 20. Offices will reopen on Thursday, January 2, at which time the entire staff will be occupied with trying to catch up with AACOMAS updates and files received over the 12-day break.

During the long break we will still try to reply to email inquiries every few days. We will be able to respond to general questions, but will not have remote access to our admissions software, and therefore will be unable to check the current status of applications until the offices reopen.

Thirty Years Strong
Black Tie Gala

Thirty Years Strong
University of New England
College of Osteopathic Medicine

Many of you joined us in honoring three decades of graduates from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and celebrating Maine’s health care community on Dec. 1, 2012.

View a slideshow of this gala event.

Alumni Spotlight

Carol Bernier '11
College of Osteopathic Medicine and Medical Education Leadership

"I love the on-line interactions with people from all over the place (one woman in my cohort is from ..."

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