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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is located in the city of Philadelphia. It is a large city with lots to engage yourself in. There are plenty of restaurants to eat in. The Philadelphia art museum, Liberty Bell, and Franklin Institute of Science, to name a few, are great places to spend the day in Philly. The Philadelphia Eagles, 76ers, and Phillies have numerous games throughout the year and are a great way to satisfy sport cravings. Philadelphia also provides an excellent place for exercising, such as running or biking. I have enjoyed participating in the Rock n' Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon for the past two years.
The professors in the Master of Science in Counseling and Clinical Health Psychology program at PCOM are very helpful and knowledgeable. The professors provide first hand experience about what it is like to provide mental health services as many are counselors or psychologists as well as academia. The professors are also very helpful in providing one-on-one help and go out of their way to make sure students are learning successfully. The workload is challenging but has already increased my knowledge about the field of psychology and counseling.
PCOM provides a very nice gym for students to work out in. The library is spacious and a nice, quiet study spot. There are benches outside of campus buildings that are nice to sit on when the weather is warm. It would be nice if there were tables outside as well so that students were able to do classwork outdoors.