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Frequently Asked Questions 
Registrar's Office

View frequently asked questions for the Registrar Office at PCOM. 

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine has three terms or trimesters in an academic year that runs from August to the end of May. Each term is 13 weeks in length. There is also a summer term for some programs.

View the academic calendar and your program's course sequence for more information.

The fax number for PCOM is 215-871-6649.

The fax number for PCOM Georgia is 678-225-7553.

Students, other than those on clerkships or preceptorships, must register online using myPCOM.

An email will be sent from in April for summer registration, June for fall registration, September for winter registration, and December for spring registration advising students of the courses they will be required to register.

View more information about course registration at PCOM.

Students will not be allowed to register for the next term if there are any financial obligations to the College.

Formal grade reports are not sent to the students. Students can review their grades online within myPCOM.

  • Login to myPCOM.
  • Click "Registration" on the left-hand navigation.
  • Click the "View Grades" button on the top-right of the page.

Current students can request a transcript using myPCOM.

Alumni and previously enrolled students must complete a transcript request.

Various forms from health insurance, employers and lending agencies may be sent to Registrar's Office via mail or fax at 215-871-6649.

Students may also complete our enrollment verification process.

Students cannot submit verification requests via phone or email.

Any verification requests must be done so in writing by completing the an enrollment verification.

A student requesting a name change must submit a change of information with legal documentation such as marriage license, divorce decree or court order.

A student may change address by submitting a change of information.

An ACT 48 application must be submitted to the Registrar's Office requesting submission of grades to the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Students must apply each term for these courses to be submitted.

Students will receive an email several months prior to graduation requesting information needed for the commencement booklet and diploma. Should you not receive information by April 5 of that year, contact