Office of Recruitment, Student, and Alumni Services

Our office is designed to meet the needs of our students during various points along their journeys to becoming osteopathic physicians and to continue that relationship as alumni. We strive to assist both prospective and current students as they navigate medical school.

If you are a prospective student, we are eager to help you learn more about UNE COM through regional receptions, campus visits, and admission interviews. Once you are admitted, we work with you in the areas of leadership development, financial responsibility, student organization support, personal advocacy, event planning, and more. After you earn your degree, we make sure you remain connected to the COM community.

Our office prides itself on being a resource and advocate for all our students. If you have any questions, please contact us at comsa@une.edu or call (207) 602-2329.

Recruitment

COM students at white coat ceremony

We are actively involved in connecting with prospective students and introducing them to our program, campus, and our incredible students. Learn about the various ways to begin your next adventure.

Students

Students take a group exercise class in the campus center in biddeford

Our students are high-achieving and engaged not only in their courses but in the community as well through various clubs and organizations. Learn more about how to get involved.

Alumni

COM White coat ceremony 2018

Reunite with your COM community through area receptions, CME Weekend, the Alumni Association, and more. Reach out to and connect with current COM students through our various programs and initiatives.

What We Do

an rsas employee and com student pet a puppy

From providing support to organizing events and acting as a communication link and advocating for you — our office is actively involved in ensuring you are successful. Remember, when you are here, you’re home.

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