At the start of her third year of classes in 2015, Kelly Morse ’19OD began her school year as usual. She was working during her clinical rotation at The Eye Institute (TEI), the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) clinical facility, feeling a little under the weather, but still seeing patients. In just five days’ from that moment, her life was about to change drastically.
Two new student organizations officially began this October, both with similar goals of welcoming and educating the Salus community about the populations they serve.
Twice a year, travel grants are awarded to a select group of students in an effort to help advance their professional and humanitarian goals throughout their education. The latest group of travel grant recipients used their funding for activities from February through the end of July 2017.
Physician Assistant (PA) students will showcase their capstone presentations from Monday, September 25 through Wednesday, October 3.
From August 14-17, Salus University welcomed its largest class to date during its annual Orientation Week. Orientation marks a special time for the incoming students as they begin their educational journeys to become professional healthcare providers and as they orient themselves both on and off campus.