Can I apply to both campuses?
No. Applicants apply to RVU through the AACOMAS application. You will select your campus of your choice (Colorado or Utah) and whether you are interested in being considered at the other campus if not selected for your first choice in the RVUCOM section of the application.
Are the requirements the same for both campuses?
Yes. The admissions requirements are the same for both campuses (Colorado or Utah). For more information on the admissions requirements, go to the Application Requirements page located in the Additional Resources panel.
Is the application process the same at both campuses?
Yes. The application process is the same for both campuses (Colorado or Utah). For more information on the application process, go to the Admissions Process page located in the Additional Resources panel.
What if my college or university does not provide a Pre-Health Committee letter?
If you do not have access to a letter of recommendation from your school’s Pre-Health Committee or Pre-Health Advisor, you may substitute a letter from a basic Science Faculty member, or anyone who can speak to your ability to successfully complete a rigorous medical school curriculum.
Do you require a letter of recommendation from a DO?
RVUCOM requires a letter from a licensed healthcare provider who has worked with the candidate (DO or MD preferred). For all required letters please go to the Application Requirements located in the Additional Resources panel.
Do you accept transfer students?
Requests for transfer are only considered from candidates in good standing at other colleges of osteopathic medicine and to those entering their third year. You may find more information about transfers by visiting the Admissions Process page located in the Additional Resources panel.
What are your board scores and pass rates?
RVU has consistently ranked among the top board scores of all Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine. You may find the most current listing of Board Pass Rates here.