FOR RELEASE: February 6th, 2023
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA – The University of Providence is excited to share a new partnership with Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine – Montana.
“We at the university are tremendously excited about our growing partnership with Touro. Even before Touro opens its doors, UP has built a solid partnership with Touro.” – Matt Redinger, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
This articulation agreement with Touro University will allow UP to offer students a Biology degree with a Health Professions concentration. Students enrolled in this program will be guaranteed an admissions interview (if GPA requirements are met) for placement into the College of Osteopathic Medicine.
“Once they are fully staffed and operational, they have expressed great interest in mentoring our students as they prepare for application to Touro. I believe that from this strong foundation, the University of Providence and Touro University Montana, along with other partners like the McLaughlin Research Institute, Benefis Health System, and Great Falls Clinic, will be poised to build great things. Together, we will position Great Falls as a hub of health and medical science for the next generation.” –Redinger said.
“We are excited about the opportunities we are able offer to the University of Providence and look forward to a long-lasting partnership.” – Dr Elizabeth Palmarozzi, Founding campus Dean of Touro University Montana and the College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Students interested in pursuing this opportunity are encouraged to contact the UP Office of Admissions at (406) 791-5202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Providence (UP) is a private, Roman Catholic Liberal Arts University founded in 1932 by the Sisters of Providence. The University of Providence honors the Sisters’ vision today by providing a mission-driven education to those that need it the most. UP is located in Great Falls, Montana and offers both undergraduate and graduate level liberal arts programs and health programs. For more information visit www.uprovidence.edu.