Gifts to The Fund for PCOM have an immediate and essential impact on the students and faculty at the College. Your largesse permits the College to be nimble and respond to unexpected opportunities and meet and defeat any challenges. By giving to The Fund for PCOM, you are sustaining our founders’ vision and building an incredible diversity of students, subjects of study and outstanding faculty. You are a key pillar of the College’s commitment to the advancement of knowledge and intellectual growth through teaching and research, and to the well-being of the community through leadership and service. Thank you for your continued generosity and gifts to The Fund for PCOM.DONATE NOW
Through prudent financial management, PCOM keeps its tuition costs at or below the levels of its peer institutions. Nevertheless, today’s DO students graduate with an average debt load of $200,000. Thankfully, since 1996, the DO Student Scholarship Fund has awarded nearly $2 million to almost 2,000 students. Your gift to the DO Student Scholarship Fund is critical to our students’ ability to enter and complete an osteopathic program. Join the hundreds of DO alumni who support their future colleagues with a contribution to this fund.DONATE NOW
In October 2014, the Champions of Healthcare award ceremony recognized individuals and organizations who made an extraordinary impact in the Gwinnett County and Georgia healthcare community and whose acts reflect dedication to excellence in their area of expertise beyond the scope of their profession. As a result of this event, the GA-PCOM Student Award Fund was established. The awards from this fund are distributed to students enrolled at the Georgia Campus, in any program, who promote professionalism, reinvigorate awareness of the oath of their career, and immerse themselves in the activities of a professional society/networking. Contributions may be designated to the GA-PCOM Student Award Fund to assist these students.DONATE NOW
Other opportunities are available and include funds to support specific programs, buildings and other capital improvements, research and endowed positions. Please contact Carrie Collins, Chief Advancement Officer, at 215-871-6120 for more information and further discussion.