The Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) is making history with the largest incoming class.
Last week, 162 new osteopathic medicine students were greeted in a week-long orientation to get to know the faculty and staff of the university. The orientation helps students understand what the program entails both academically and professionally, learn the LUCOM culture and join in activities.
“You will be able to assist in God’s incredible gift of life, birthing and caring for babies, caring for families in crisis, performing surgeries, and care for the mind, body, and spirit of patients. Breathe the sigh of relief that you now have two feet in through the front door,” said Joseph R. Johnson, DO, FACOOG (Dist), dean and professor of obstetrics and gynecology.