Emory & Henry Student Spencer Carter Named Rocovich Scholar

A junior from Saltville, Va., Spencer Carter, has been accepted to the Rocovich Scholar Early Admission program at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM).
Posted September 01, 2021

“Emory & Henry prepared me for this opportunity by providing the knowledge and assistance as well as having a relationship with VCOM,” says Carter. “The Pre-Health advisors are tremendous about sharing information, answering questions, and helping students stay on track to meet their goals.”

Carter is the second Emory & Henry student to receive this honor. The program accepts a small set of rising juniors because of their interest in, and commitment to, practicing in rural regions. Carter has a strong interest in wilderness medicine, mission work and in making a positive difference in his community.

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