Welcome to the website of the Office of Alumni Relations and Development of Philadelphia
College of Osteopathic Medicine. We exist because of you, our alumni and friends
and our objective is to keep you engaged with the College as we work to better serve
The Office of Alumni Relations and Development actively stays connected with our alumni
and friends in many ways. We publish the professional and personal accomplishments
of our alumni in the Digest magazine published three times a year. Social media is
embraced as we provide updates through our Facebook page and quarterly electronic
newsletters. Conference events as well as alumni gatherings are hosted by our office
throughout the year. We invite you to refer to our Events Calendar often.
Through various fundraising efforts, PCOM continues to improve the campus and the
lives of our students. The Fund for PCOM, the College's annual fund campaign makes
a direct impact on campus by providing resources that are used to enhance academic
programs and student services while playing an important role of keeping the rate
of tuition increases at a minimum. Our student scholarship funds directly supports
student aid. Naming opportunities are created each year for major gifts directed
to the College’s strategic initiatives. The annual PCOM Golf Classic raises much
needed support for the PCOM Healthcare Centers while our planned giving program allows
donors to plan their future gifts. Please visit our giving opportunities page to
learn more about these initiatives.
We are very proud of our alumni and two campuses in Philadelphia, PA and Suwanee,
GA. You are most cordially invited to visit with a personal tour of our exemplary
facilities. Please call our Philadelphia office at 800-739-3939 or our Georgia office
at 678-225-7506 to schedule your time on campus.
Thank you for all you do for Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. We look
forward to working with you now and in the future.
Pam Ruoff, MS, Stephanie Cohen, Katie Donovan, Connie Ennis, Jennifer Kennedy, Marianne Mancini, Kathy Mastoridis, Mikki Pham, Scott Righter and Alisa Toney, MS.