Application Process

MCOM will participate in the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Application Service (AACOMAS) for the receipt and processing of applications. Applications are submitted electronically through AACOMAS. Minimum requirements for application include:

  • A minimum science and cumulative GPA of 3.00;                                                                     

  • MCAT scores within 3 years of matriculation;

  • Three Letters of Recommendations (submitted to AACOMAS). Required letters include a letter an academic reference (order of preference to include Pre-Med Advisor or Committee, Basic Science Faculty, or anyone who can speak to the candidate's ability to successfully complete a rigorous medical school curriculum), a letter from a healthcare provider who has worked with the candidate (DO or MD preferred), and a final letter of the candidate's choice. 

Be aware that only the maximum number of letters submitted through AACOMAS will be considered. The Office of Admissions is not able to accept letters of recommendation sent directly to MCOM or from any other letter service, such as Interfolio or VirtualEvals.

Applicants meeting these minimum requirements will receive an email containing login information to pay the supplemental fee. Candidates who initially do not meet the minimum academic requirements are welcome to resubmit updated information through AACOMAS. Candidates resubmitting qualifying information will then be invited to proceed through the process upon verification that the minimum requirements have been met. Applicants awarded an AACOMAS fee waiver will be granted a fee waiver for MCOM's supplemental fee. Fee waivers will also be granted for active duty military, veterans, as well as immediate family members. For submission instructions on the fee waiver, click here. 

An applicant’s file is considered complete upon the receipt of the AACOMAS application, processing fee, and letters of recommendation (letters submitted with applications from previous years will not be transferred). 

The Office of Admissions reviews all completed files and notifies applicants of their interview status. All applicants invited for an interview are given the choice of several interview dates.