Your location specific DO program application will be processed and assessed by the
appropriate Faculty Committee on Admissions only after the receipt of:
- Non-refundable application fee of $75 (required to begin application processing);
- Official MCAT score report (see instructions below); and
- Fulfillment of the Letter of Recommendation requirement (see instructions below).
Permanent Residents of the U.S. will be required to provide a copy of their Permanent
Resident card ("green card") prior to admission. NOTE: Permanent Residency status
"pending" is not eligible for admission.
How do you submit your MCAT scores to AACOMAS?
You can send your MCAT exam results directly from AAMC to AACOMAS so long as AACOMAS
accepts updates. After AACOMAS stops accepting updates, you can send your AAMC verification
code and ID via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MCAT must be taken within four years of the desired date of matriculation. For
2022 enrollment, exams taken before August 2018 will not be accepted to complete an
Important reminder for your DO program application submission
It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure the receipt of all required materials
by AACOMAS as well as PCOM. Candidates are expected to review the applicant portals
frequently and to exercise patience during the processing of all application materials.
Please note that the PCOM applicant portal will not provide status updates nor indicate
that a record is “complete.” Once all required items are received and processed, a received date will be populated in each appropriate
field. The Office of Admissions cannot verify if applications are complete by phone
PCOM requires all students to adhere to PCOM's Technical Standards for Admission and Matriculation (PDF). For more information regarding Osteopathic Principles and Practice (OPP) Mandatory
Course Requirements click here.