The University and its clinical facilities will be closed Monday, January 21, 2019 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Follow our legacy and tradition in health education through stories and photos to celebrate 100 illustrious years of Salus University's founding College, Pennsylvania College of Optometry.
Committed to graduating the highest caliber of professionals, Salus faculty represent some of the best minds in health science and blindness and low vision.
With a hands-on approach to patient care, an early and sustained clinical experience is what sets Salus graduates apart from their professional peers.
Emphasizing quality and continuity with patients and their interprofessional teams, Salus students are exposed to integrated programs where exploration and collaboration drive holistic healthcare.
Experience the best of two worlds. Our vibrant, suburban campus located just outside of Philadelphia offers easy access to unlimited culture, arts, history, sports, and entertainment.
Since 1919, Salus graduates have been leading their professions with progressive thinking for the changing world of health and wellness.
Salus students are part of a community much greater than the University. Close to home and across the globe, we pursue projects that advance the world of health, wellness, and public service.
From our nearly century long and proud history, Pennsylvania College of Optometry has pioneered some of the most influential innovations in post-graduate optometric education worldwide.
With an interdisciplinary approach, the College of Education and Rehabilitation educates professionals dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for those affected by disabilities.
An exceptional academic and clinical experience, the Osborne College of Audiology prepares thought-leading audiologists to practice in medical, educational and private practice settings.
Uniquely focused on today’s critical healthcare issues, the College of Health Sciences graduates professionals fully equipped to meet the complex—and ever-changing—demands for health worldwide.
As students and faculty returned after the holidays, the University’s student ambassadors made final preparations for the third annual Dean’s Winterfest. On Friday, January 11, students were welcomed back to the Hafter Student Center which was transformed into a winter wonderland representing this year’s theme of fire and ice.
Recently, I joined my classmates Olivia Bologna ‘20 AUD, Anthony Oliveti ’20 AUD, and Jenny Rajan, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA, assistant professor in the University’s Osborne College of Audiology (OCA), to participate in OCA’s first international clinical rotation at the National Institute of Speech & Hearing (NISH), in Trivandrum, India for five days.
It’s officially been two months since Radhika Aravamudhan, PhD assumed the role of dean of the University’s Osborne College of Audiology (OCA). Since then, she jumped right in on her top priorities; such as exploring innovative ways OCA can lead in audiology education and further building upon stable clinical partnerships with partners to enhance and expand clinical education.
There are currently eleven support groups hosted by the Speech-Language Institute (SLI), the University’s clinical facility that provides a wide range of pediatric and adult assessment intervention services, that students in the Speech-Language Pathology program help facilitate as part of their curriculum.