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PCOM Names New Chief Admissions Officer

April 8, 2020

Adrianne Jones, MLS has been named the chief admissions officer.Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) has named Adrianne Jones, MLS, as the College’s chief admissions officer, effective April 27. In this role, she will manage the development and implementation of a comprehensive recruitment plan to meet the enrollment goals of the osteopathic medical program as well as all current and future graduate programs for all three College locations.

Ms. Jones brings more than 25 years’ experience in higher education, specifically in the admissions and student counseling fields. Most recently, she served as director of admissions at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in St. Augustine, Florida. In this role, she grew the admissions team to encompass the institution’s five locations; implemented critical changes to software and applications to meet enrollment goals; and collaborated with departments institution-wide to increase the number of academically-qualified candidates.

“Adrianne’s experience in the health education field, paired with her proven ability to improve admissions processes to ensure the best possible candidates are admitted to PCOM, make her the ideal fit to lead our Office of Admissions,” said Jay S. Feldstein, DO ’81, president and chief executive officer.

“I am honored to become a member of the consummate professionals who lead Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine,” Ms. Jones said. “I fully understand the comprehensive educational pipeline and how to identify characteristics that will yield successful, matriculating students for PCOM. My expertise in instituting holistic marketing and recruiting processes fits the whole-person approach similar to the osteopathic philosophy.”

Ms. Jones received her master’s degree in liberal studies, humanities and social sciences from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and her bachelor’s degree in English and history from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. She is working to complete her doctoral degree in higher education leadership, management and policy from Walden University.

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