Salus Student Ambassadors often play a more specific, traditional role when participating in annual University events, engaging with alumni and connecting with prospective students. But on Friday, January 20, they were praised by the University’s dean of Student Affairs Dr. James Caldwell for planning their own inaugural event, Dean’s Winterfest 2017.
Salus University and Community College of Philadelphia have partnered to bring an innovative Ophthalmic Technician Proficiency Certificate Program to Philadelphia. The program launched Jan. 17 at the Community College’s Northwest Regional Center—adjacent to The Eye Institute—and is expected to provide family-sustaining jobs for individuals in the neighborhood.
With its first cohort set to graduate this year, Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry’s Doctor of Optometry Accelerated Scholars Program is continuing on a path to success.
All Salus students are invited to visit the new Learning Resource Center on Monday, January 9, with the first 250 visitors during the lunch break receiving their first hot beverage courtesy of the University. We are excited for all students, faculty and staff to explore the renovated facility and hope to see you there.
Brittany Huckin ‘17SLP presented her capstone project as a community service event for the Parent Advisory Network at the TM Pierce School in Philadelphia earlier this month, focusing on how to create a literacy- and language-rich environment at home.