Pennsylvania’s most-visited museum, Philadelphia’s The Franklin
Institute, opens on occasional Sundays strictly for visitors of any age
with sensory differences. Occupational Therapy (OT) student volunteers
from Salus University participate in these events alongside trained museum
staff for support as guests are treated to exhibits specifically modified for
them, along with countless other special features.
Salus University is making its mark in the local Veteran community with the development of the Veterans Readiness Initiative (VRI).
On May 25, nearly 300 students became alumni as they walked across the Kimmel Center’s stage in Verizon Hall at the 112th Salus University Commencement ceremony.
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).
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.