Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Reviews
Expensive and lots of rules, professors are decent. Campus is small. Not a lot of parking. Not allowed to have beverages in class.
the admissions process could have been handled better. it was a bit of a mess. they couldn't give you any information until the last minute.
LECOM does not care about their students whatsoever. They treat their students like they are children and give them no respect. When they tell you that the tuition is cheaper - don't believe them. Everything that most universities cover for you, that's wrapped into the tuition, LECOM makes you pay separately (SCAM). In addition, they have 15+ rotation sites and you will have ABSOLUTELY no say in where you go. They will tell you that you do, but you don't. You will end up in nowheresville PA or WVU or near the Canadian border. They do not care what your family situation is, kids, spouse who is the breadwinner, they truly do not care. I would NEVER recommend this school to anyone.
Fully expect to become a competent, licensed physician.
There are security guards on campus at all times
Will provide a lifelong career in pharmacy with a significant pay
There is not campus housing available but i live in town
There is no greek life although there is academic fraternity
There are no athletic programs at LECOM, as it is a graduate, private school
The professors are here for the students. The program can be challenging and you have to put a lot of work into it, but it is worth it in the long-run because you will know what you are doing as a practicing pharmacists.
There is no on-campus living, so everybody has to rent an apartment.
In my visits, I noticed some diversity throughout the college.
I am not a part of Greek life so I cannot comment on this really.
I enjoy the strictness because it calls for a more studious area.
The professors are great and really care about the students.
There is a good variety of different restaurants, but none that are really that great.
Financial aid department available with e-mail reminders for FASFA and other financial deadlines, along with refund notifications.