Your investment is our empowerment. The impact your gift make affects the entire College and the communities where PCOM graduates work and live. PCOM has a unique tradition, since its origins, of helping those that follow behind them - one generation helping the next.
Each gift to Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine plays a critical role in advancing the mission of the College toward new levels of achievement and expanding academic offerings, new ventures, faculty support in teaching and research efforts and providing student services and scholarship funds.
Thank you for all you do for Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. We are truly appreciative of your generosity and involvement with us.
The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Foundation established the Andrew Taylor Still Legacy Society to acknowledge those inspired people who have made the commitment to help the College secure its future through their wills, annuities, life income plans, life insurance policies and other vehicles.
PCOM's annual fund campaign provides critical unrestricted funding for the College's most urgent needs. These gifts supplement the operating budget, provides significant support to the core mission of the College and keeps tuition increases to a minimum.
The mission of the Center for Chronic Disorders of Aging (CCDA) at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is to improve the quality of life for all individuals suffering from age-related chronic diseases and disorders. CCDA also encompasses the Food Allergy Research Initiative.
The Clinical Learning & Assessment Centers
Located on both campuses, the Centers utilize patient actors and robotic and virtual simulators to foster educational excellence and develop the clinical skills of students. The new Dr. Michael and Wendy Saltzburg Clinical Learning & Assessment Center opened in January 2014 and is located in Rowland Hall in the Philadelphia Campus. Several naming opportunities ranging from $3,500-$300,000 remain available.
Plans are underway for a new Center on the Georgia Campus. For information about the new Center contact Alisa Toney.
The DO Student Scholarship Fund, along with endowed scholarships at the $50,000 level, are essential to providing access for students who face financial challenges and helps the College consistently attract talented students.
Financial support is vital to continue Food Allergy research that will help scientists solve the mysteries of food allergies. Tax-deductible gifts may be made through this website, phone, fax or mail. Click here to DONATE NOW on our secure website.
The PCOM Healthcare Centers
The five healthcare centers provide primary and specialist medical care and psychological counseling to underserved populations, regardless of their ability to pay.
Located in the western area of Pennsylvania, this center reflects the College's commitment to high-quality education experiences in the Commonwealth and to the physician workforce needs in western Pennsylvania. Naming Opportunities range from $15,000 to $230,000.
Proceeds of the Parent Fund are critical gifts that enhance academic programs, provide student advisement and other services and help the College meet new challenges throughout the academic year. Gifts to the PCOM Parent Fund gives parents the opportunity to be involved with PCOM. A special gift of Life Membership to the Alumni Association may be made to new graduates.
PCOM-GA GOLD Program
This program enhances the connection between GA-PCOM graduates, PCOM area alumni, the Office of Alumni Relations and Development, and the College.
Planned giving or charitable gift planning refers to the process whereby a donor gives an asset to the College using methods that financially benefit the alumnus, his or her heirs and our College.
From a credit card gift to a transfer of securities, there are many vehicles you can use to make a gift to Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Learn how.