I also got accepted to CCOM and leaning towards going there. I think it's a very well established and reputable school with a great campus and location. I like the new library and that a new OMT lab will be ready for us nxt yr. Anybody know what else will be in the new building? A new anatomy lab, maybe? Well, students at CCOM seemed very supportive and seemed to enjoy it there. That's definately a plus.
I guess the reason why I'm still hesitant is that I don't know too much about the quality of their education there. Are instructors in good relation with students? Are they approachable and easily accessable? Is there a preceptorship prgm and pt simulator prgm for 1st and 2nd yr students? Are there opportunities for community health service. Midwestern is in the midst of a number of well established medical schools, NWU, LU, UC, UIC, etc. Is CCOM competitive in getting top choice rotation and residency sites? Will CCOM students get a wide exposure at their rotations?
Sorry for bombarding everyone with these questions. Maybe I'm just way too paranoid and have way too many questions.
Yeah, maybe I am.
Well, I am excited 'bout going to med school. What other schools have y'all interviewed at and what you y'all chose CCOM?