OCOM Herbal Medicinary
Thanks to the generosity of two of our community’s most philanthropic organizations, individuals struggling with both a lack of financial resources and serious
OCOM Library is delighted to announce the launch of the Kam Wah Chung Medical Archive. This historical digital archive is the
As one of the oldest colleges in America teaching the healing arts of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, tuina, shiatsu, cupping, gua sha, hara diagnosis, and
In response to student concerns as well as current events, President Sherri Green met with student leaders on June 18, 2020 to discuss a range of issues related to
Updated October 7, 2020
OCOM Campus Reopening
A crowd of first-year students, faculty, family, and friends gathered on January 14 in the college’s KPC Community Room for OCOM’s
OCOM DAOM Alumni Celia Hildebrand First U.S. Acupuncturist Awarded Fulbright Grant to Teach Abroad
OCOM alumni Celia Hildebrand, DAOM (2013) recently became the first U.S. acupuncturist to be awarded a Fulbright grant to teach abroad. Her award was hosted by the...
OCOM alumni Celia Hildebrand, DAOM (2013) recently became the first U.S. acupuncturist to be awarded a Fulbright grant to teach abroad. Her award was hosted by the
July 16, 2019 — Thanks to the generous support of Anne Naito-Campbell, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) was among nine local nonprofits to receive gifts from the Naito family in May.
May 1, 2019 — OCOM Library, the library of Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) has been awarded a $39,610 Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant from the State Library of Oregon.
The Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Board of Trustees is pleased to announce Sherri L. Green, PhD as OCOM’s fifth President and Chief Executive Officer. She succeeds Interim
OCOM is pleased to announce we are enrolling for new academic programs starting in Fall of 2019!
OCOM’s Master of Acupuncture (MAc)*...
OCOM Alumni Association Scholarship
Master's student Jordan Ganz received the 2018 OCOM Alumni Scholarship Award. The OCOM Alumni
The Trudy McAlister Foundation awarded their 2018 AOM Scholarships to participants of Acupuncture schools in the United States. We are proud to state that OCOM
88-year-old visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions and long term supporter of OCOM’s scholarship program, Standard Process, granted their 2018 Scholarship award to OCOM Doctoral
OCOM graduate Tamsin Lee selected for BRIDG Research Fellowship
OCOM is pleased to announce that Tamsin Lee, DAOM, LAc
Please join us in celebration of Chinese medicine at Oregon
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Beth Howlett, MAcOM, LAc, Vice President of Communications and Academic Services,
The Board of Trustees of Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) cordially invites nominations and applications for the appointment of the next President of OCOM. Founded in 1983, OCOM is the
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Beth Howlett, MAcOM, LAc, Vice President of Communications and Academic Services, This
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