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 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.
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 Center for Student Counseling and Well-being 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.