For nearly 50 years, eye care has been generously provided at no cost to thousands of people around the world through the efforts of students from the Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO).
In the Stiles household, there’s a chance you will always see double. The Stiles family has not one, but two sets of fraternal twins: Jenae ’17OD and Jenessa ’17AUD, and the six-years-younger Jake and Alania. The first set of Stiles twins has always followed similar patterns in their lives – but just somewhat differently.
From May 18-19, all of the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) on- and off-campus residents, residency program supervisors and faculty spent two days together full of learning and companionship in the second annual Resident’s Day.
The 2017 Singapore cohort of 14 international students were officially welcomed as Salus alumni after completing their Master of Science in Clinical Optometry (MSCO) program.
As one of the nation’s fastest-growing occupations, optometry as a profession is taking on more of a holistic approach to ocular health to meet the demands of the population. At Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO), students are prepared to become providers representing an entry point into the healthcare system.