Administrative Departments and Units

The administrative departments and units at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine provide a variety of services to students, faculty and staff. 

Our Departments and Units

Accounting

Monitors, analyzes and interprets the financial performance of the College.

Accounts Payable

Handles funds disbursement, including vendor payments.

Bursar's Office

Responsible for billing of student tuition accounts.

Compliance

Oversees the Compliance and Ethics Program with respect to all PCOM operations and Healthcare Centers.

Controller's Office

Facilitates critical planning for the quality and administration of the College's financial services.

Distribution Services

Provides material-oriented products and services.

Diversity and Community Relations

Ensures the practices and policies of the College are equitable. 

Financial Aid 

Helps students maximize funding sources and minimize debt.

Financial Analysis/Budget 

Prepares and monitors the institution's budget.

Financial Operations 

Controls funds received and disbursed by the College.

Human Resources 

Attracts and retains qualified individuals to be part of the PCOM community.

Information Technology Services 

Delivers technology-based services including computer networking, telecommunications and more.

Institutional Advancement 

Responsible for fundraising and alumni engagement.

Legal Affairs

Legal Affairs is responsible for all of the legal and regulatory affairs of the College.

Marketing and Communications

Builds awareness and support for PCOM through effective marketing and communication strategies.

Occupational and Environmental Safety 

Plans, implements, monitors and reviews the College's environmental safety strategies.

Plant Operations 

Responsible for maintenance of the College's physical facilities.

Printing Solutions 

Provides printing, copying, binding and other services.

Public Safety

Maintains order on campus and enforces College procedures.

Purchasing 

Procures equipment, supplies and services required by all departments within the College.

Registrar 

Serves as academic historians and record keepers.

Risk Management

Identifies and assesses potential risks as part of ongoing efforts to mitigate any negative impact on PCOM's assets or operations.

 

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