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Collected here are several resources that will help you navigate the university and the College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Appreciative Advising is the intentional collaborative practice of asking positive, open-ended questions that help students optimize their educational experiences and achieve their dreams, goals, and potentials. It is perhaps the best example of a fully student-centered approach to student development.
Career Advising (CAN-DO)
Career Advising is provided for all NSU-KPCOM students (OMS-I- OMS-IV) to assist them in evaluating career options and applying to graduate medical education training programs through the Career Advisement, Networking, Development & Opportunities (CAN-DO) program for Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine.
Academic Wellness is one aspect comprising your total well-being that you need to fully consider as you navigate through your academic journey. Often times students just starting out in medical school utilize study strategies from their undergraduate and/or high school years.
Wellness and Mental Health Support
The Student Wellness Program is an initiative to assist students with their well-being- physical, emotional/spiritual, interpersonal, academic/professional, and environmental/community. Student will also receive assistance through Henderson Student Counseling Center for mental health.
Students are randomly assigned to one of the ten societies upon matriculation and each society consists of 100 students from all four years of medical school, a Faculty Leader, two Academic Advisors, and several Faculty members.