The Center for Personal and Professional Development intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
While filming The College Tour segment focused on Career Flexibility, Jaqueline Wiafe ‘24AUD was a first-year Doctor of Audiology student. During her time on camera, she educated the audience about the various career settings and the flexibility achieving a degree from Salus University affords its graduates.
When Kathy Foltner, AuD ‘02, was in school, she was fortunate enough to have four years of private high school and four years of college paid for by her mother. When it came time for her master’s degree, her mother was sup-portive of the effort, but told Foltner “you need to figure out how to pay for it because I’m done paying for school.”
Philadelphia, specifically the quaint neighborhood of Chestnut Hill, was the backdrop for Zachary LaBarth’s and Sierra Niesen’s segment of The College Tour focusing on “A Prime Location.”
In this podcast, we talk with Christopher Speece, assistant director of Admissions at Salus University. He talks to us about the Audiology program, what it entails and how to become a competitive candidate for the application process.
As post-pandemic life continues to move toward normalcy and Bre Myers, AuD ‘06, PhD ‘17, CH-AP transitions back to teaching on campus full-time, the one most affect-ed by those developments might be her bulldog Scarlet.