Students in the Occupational Therapy (OT) Classes of 2014 and 2015 initiated the process of becoming a chapter of Pi Theta Epsilon chapter, the national honor society for Occupational Therapy students.
Students from the University’s Master of Science degree program in Orientation and Mobility (O&M) take their classes in a variety of formats. These formats include online, classroom lectures, a combination of both, and hands-on experience each summer in Elkins Park on the University’s campus.
The University’s faculty was the center of attention at a reception held in their honor in Hafter Student Center last Thursday night.
The Executive Board of the University’s Student Council congratulates the new Salus Class Council officers.
Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. James Caldwell has announced the appointment of Abram Doane, MA, MHA, JD, as coordinator of the Office for Academic Success (OAS) for the University.