Oklahoma's Future Physicians Start Here
On March 10, 1972, Oklahoma Bill 461 was signed into law establishing the nation's first free-standing, state-supported osteopathic institution charged with training doctors in osteopathic medicine in order to meet the health care needs of rural and underserved Oklahomans.
Driven by the land grant mission of Oklahoma State University, OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine has focused on improving access to quality health care for rural and underserved Oklahomans for the past 50 years.
As we celebrate 50 years of excellence, we hope that you join us in preparing for another 50 years or groundbreaking research, extradentary patient care, and developing students to serve our most treasured communities. It is because of you that we have found success, and it is up to you to help shape our nation's next generation of enthusiastic physicians.
Leave Your Legacy
With over 3,782 graduates on two different campuses, we are calling you to action. To honor and celebrate OSU-COM's 50th Anniversary, we are asking you to Leave Your Legacy, and purchase a brick to celebrate our past, present and future students.
Brick orders must be placed by October 1st. Following the purchase of your brick, you will be prompted to add your text which can include:
- 4x8 Bricks: 20 characters per line (including spaces) and THREE lines of text.
- 8x8 Bricks: 20 characters per line (including spaces) and SIX lines of text.
Funds will support students at the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa and Tahlequah. If you are interested in discussing additional funding opportunities, you may visit this webpage or contact Annie Wells at email@example.com
To learn more about how OSU is celebrating 50 years of triumphant success, click here.