Prospective Students

Applying to medical school can be an intimidating process, we hope to provide you with important information to make the application process as smooth as possible. 

We encourage you to learn more about our institution and all the things MU-COM has to offer our medical students. After reviewing our website, if you still have questions you may contact a member of the enrollment management team at

DO Quick Facts 

MU-COM Information

Indianapolis, IN
13th largest city in the United States.
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Tuition (2019-2020)

*Application and deposit fees are non-refundable. Deposits are applied toward your first-year tuition once enrolled.

DO Class of 2023 (View PDF)

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Indiana (57%), 20 states, and 2% non-US citizens

DO Admissions

MU-COM utilizes the central application system for osteopathic medicine (AACOMAS) and only accepts primary applications from AACOMAS. Applicants can find application instructions online and submit an application by going to

Using a holistic philosophy the admissions team will review application materials to see how an applicant's characteristics and interest align with MU-COM's mission.


DO Prerequisites

MU-COM accepts advanced placement credit as long as such credit appears on the undergraduate transcript and indicates either specific subject credit (e.g. Organic General Chemistry - 4 units) or specific course credit (e.g. Chemistry 101 - 4 units). General advanced placement credit without such specifications is not accepted. Credit from CLEP examinations are not accepted.

MU-COM does not allow substitutes for required courses.

Visit the Admissions section for important information about the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program.

Campus Life

For more than 75 years Marian University has been educating students in a faith-based liberal arts environment. The rich tradition and vibrant campus gives all students access to arts, cultural, and sporting events throughout the year. Students also have access to study areas, recreational facilities, research labs, a student center, as well as other areas throughout campus. Many students not only take advantage of the great city, but are also members of student organizations.

If you have questions or wish to schedule a campus visit you may contact a member in the office of enrollment management at ​

For more information

(317) 955-6297

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