Year founded: 1969 Type: Public, non-profit Accreditation: The Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine is accredited by the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) and by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Institutional affiliation: Student residence options: MSUCOM does not provide campus housing.
A sneak peak from #Halloween Coffee Hour at how our international students are enjoying their uniquely American Halloween experiences!
Watch the full clip on our FB page: bit.ly/Spooky Coffee Ho…. pic.twitter.com/ynwr4VDPt J Experience MBA Basketball! Join OISS on a trip to Detroit to see the Pistons play.
Apply by Nov, 30 via Handshake at msu.joinhandshake.com/jobs/1145907 pic.twitter.com/e5n T2JC90G Chinese students, faculty, and visiting scholars at MSU are invited to take part in an English language study and earn $50!
Participants will complete tasks in English in 3 sessions.
And, for the record, I was wearing an MSU shirt the day the Spartans played the Ducks a few weeks ago.
The work in OISS has changed a lot in thirteen years since I assumed leadership of OISS.
Our Statewide Campus System includes more than 25 base hospitals located throughout the state of Michigan where students complete their clinical rotations.
Campus setting: Two suburban settings in East Lansing, MI, and Clinton Township, MI, and one urban setting in Detroit, MI.