LMU-DCOM offers academic support services designed to enhance learning and aid in the success of all students. Academic support services include individual consultation, large and small group presentations, and peer tutoring. For third and fourth year students located off campus at rotation sites, telephone and/or video conference meetings are made available. Assistance includes, but is not limited to, the following areas: study skills, time management, stress management and wellness, test anxiety, test-taking strategies, and board preparation. For more information, please contact the Office of Admissions and Student Services at 423.869.7090.
The College System
In order to create an environment of close connections and community, all LMU-DCOM students are divided into eight different Colleges. Students remain in their assigned College for the length of their medical school career. The Colleges engage in friendly competitions and social events such as The College Olympics, The Gobbler Games, and SpringFest. The College System also facilitates faculty/staff advising and the student mentor/mentee program
Each College System is comprised of a group of faculty/staff advisors. Every student
is assigned to an academic advisor at the start of year one and will remain with the
same advisor through graduation. Advisors provide students with academic/career related-guidance
as well as connect students to various on and off campus resources.
Every incoming student at LMU-DCOM is paired with a mentor from the class above them. The mentors and mentees are paired based off of similar hobbies, interests, study strategies, and career goals. At the beginning of the school year, LMU-DCOM Student Life hosts a Mentor-Mentee Mixer where mentors and mentees get the chance to meet in person for the first time. These mentor and mentee pairings remain throughout all four years of medical school.
For more information on the college system, email Caleb Arnold, Student Activities Coordinator, at [email protected].