At UNE COM we recognize that you are as unique as fingerprints, or, in medical terms, those cutaneous ridges on the bulbs of the distal phalanx of our fingers. The osteopathic principles teach us that everything is interconnected, and, in the same vein, we acknowledge that you need continuous support to grow academically, professionally, and personally. By adhering to these principles, we promote your personal wellness and academic success as you pursue your osteopathic medical degree and your passion for practicing medicine.

If you are considering applying to UNE COM, or researching how the program aligns with your present or future goals, visit our Admissions page. There you will gain insight into everything from touring campus, to course requirements, and financial aide information. For an in-depth understanding of our academic programs, the Academic Curriculum details what you can expect from years 1-4 of your medical education.

headshot of Samuel Wood
The path that led me to medicine didn’t begin in a lab or classroom, but in a hospital bed at the age of 17.
Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)

As a UNE COM student, you have opportunities both in and out of the classroom. You can choose to get involved in our community to enrich your experiences in the classroom with practical applications. Browse through the list of more than 40 clubs and organizations that promote healthy lifestyles, professional growth, and ever-lasting friendships.

To aid in successfully maintaining school/life balance, you have access to Student Support Services on the Biddeford campus. Ranging from tutoring to health appointments, and counseling, we recognize that there are many factors that lead to your success and have structured our services based on this belief.

We pride ourselves on being student-centered, student-friendly, and family-friendly. As you embark on this new chapter in your life, we welcome you into our family, so that when you are here you are home.


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