Return to Campus
We are safely returning to our Pomona, CA and Lebanon, OR campus locations. We are planning for face-to-face, on-campus learning for the Fall Term 2021, including in-person classes, student laboratory experiences, experiential learning, and clinical assignments (all subject to change per State and County guidelines). Some classes will still be available in a hybrid and/or online offering. Safety protocols remain in place.
Humanism, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Statement
WesternU Students, faculty, staff, and administration are committed to fostering a culture of respect and equity at all levels and for all people. Read our HDEI statement. Post it, we hope it inspires you.
WesternU Health Vaccine Clinic – a designated Los Angeles County Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic. Information Here
The Pet Health Center is a full-service veterinary hospital offering a variety of services, including preventive care, vaccines, routine surgeries such as spay and neuter, and dental cleanings.Call today for an appointment.
Collaboration and teamwork among health professionals are important aspects to the delivery of high-quality patient care. Learn more about our distinctive approach.
What is Humanism at WesternU? Read Humanism in the Health Sciences – a production by WesternU students, faculty, and staff.
WesternU developed a unique, 30,000-square-foot “classroom” at Fairplex in Pomona, California to ensure COMP and College of Podiatric Medicine students would get hands-on training in a safe, socially-distanced environment.The post WesternU provides hands-on learning at Fairplex first appeared on WesternU News.
Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific and COMP-Northwest students in Pomona, California and Lebanon, Oregon have endured disruption, stress and a pandemic. But their grit and determination led them to a pivotal moment in their medical careers – matching into a residency.The post WesternU osteopathic medical students celebrate Match Day first appeared on WesternU News.
Ann S. Masten, PhD, LP, Regents Professor of Child Development at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, presented “COVID-19 Risks and Resilience for Child Behavior and Development” at the Dr. Robert L. Austin Endowed Lectureship in Pediatric Medicine, Pharmacology & Health Care Policy March 17, 2021 at Western University of Health Sciences.The post WesternU’s Austin Lecture examines children’s resilience amid pandemic first appeared on WesternU News.
The WesternU Health Vaccine Clinic is protecting thousands of people against COVID-19 while earning high praise and providing “peace of mind” for those who walk through the doors.
WesternU HealthThe post WesternU Health Vaccine Clinic earns rave reviews first appeared on WesternU News.