In accordance with the Process to Reopen Pennsylvania, we have resumed limited university operations.
The Center for Personal and Professional Development intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
One of the career aspirations Devin Williams, OD ‘17, had when he was younger was to be a doctor. He just didn’t quite know what particular kind of doctor he wanted to become.
That conversation became the initial seed for what would become three generations of the Simmerman family of optometrists trained at PSCO.
In part two of this podcast Q&A, we will continue discussing students' transition from graduate school to practice. Ryan Hollister, associate director of Bennett Career Services Center, talks to us about the resources he provides to Salus students to help them find a career in their field and make it as smooth a transition as possible.
The date — May 5, 1973 — is indelibly etched in the memory of Edward Cordes, OD ‘77. Not only was it the day the famed racehorse Secretariat won the Kentucky Derby, but it was the day that Dr. Cordes’ life changed.
Out of all the optometry schools that Arieneh Tahmasian, OD ‘17 was applying to, the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) at Salus University was one of the few that offered its students clinical experience early on in the academic program.