Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine is committed to promoting diversity to help cultivate an environment of inquiry, inquisitiveness, respect and promoting the discovery of all of our differences. This helps to  foster the acceptance of a rich social background found in today’s society.

ICOM’s goal is to support the culture of open inquiry and mutual respect among students, faculty and staff and will encourage our ICOM family to share and own the responsibility for promoting diversity within the school and the community it serves.

ICOM understands how diversity contributes to the richness of the college and enhances the quality of education, that all students faculty staff and administration are valued for their diversity and we all learn from those whose experiences, beliefs and perspectives are different.

ICOM will promote diversity as it also supports personal growth, challenges preconceptions, encourages critical thinking and helps students learn to communicate effectively with people of varied backgrounds. We also recognize that it fosters mutual respect and teamwork and prepares students to become good citizens in a complex society.

ICOM’s policy is that no student or employee shall be excluded from participating in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any way and is committed to its non-discrimination policy.

ICOM is committed to enrolling a student body that will meet the needs of today’s diverse society.

Class of 2024 Student Body Diversity

Class of 2023 Student Body Diversity

This graphic shows the Class of 2022 is comprised of 64% males, 36% females. Student diversity includes 17% Asian, less than 1% Black/African American, 8% Hispanic, 64% White, 5% Two or More Races and 5% Unknown.

Class of 2022 Student Body Diversity

This graphic shows the Class of 2022 is comprised of 64% males, 36% females. Student diversity includes 17% Asian, less than 1% Black/African American, 8% Hispanic, 64% White, 5% Two or More Races and 5% Unknown.