At WVSOM, we value diversity in our student body, faculty and staff. We are committed to fostering an educational environment that embraces different perspectives, experiences and cultures – and we promote understanding and equitable, fair treatment in every aspect of campus life for all persons.
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While the academic curriculum at WVSOM provides you with the foundation of medical knowledge, skills, and competencies needed by osteopathic physicians, participation in the numerous student organizations and activities available on campus further enhances the experience.
Involvement in co-curricular programs and activities provides opportunities for students to develop skills that will better prepare them for eventual practice in the community. Leadership skills, time management, interpersonal relationships, marketing, public speaking, and networking with national professional and student professional associations are just some of the benefits and opportunities offered through the co-curricular program.
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At WVSOM, the success of our students is our primary mission. Through Academic Support and Intervention Resources (ASPIRE) we offer academic support and intervention as well as private counseling services, ASPIRE can help you get where you want to be. It's free, confidential and open to all students.