The resource fair is a way for students to not only meet different service departments on campus – like the technology and learning resource Center, the Center for Personal and Professional Development, the on-campus clinical facilities – but also external organizations brought in by the University such as insurance companies, Temple Physicians clinic, and Campus Philly, which provides information about the Philadelphia area to the students.
Our success as an institution derives from combining bright, motivated students with outstanding, world-class faculty, excellent facilities and creative, diverse learning opportunities. Your interest in Salus indicates a desire to enter a profession currently experiencing unprecedented growth and development. I encourage you to join the Salus University family. The challenges will be great, but the rewards will be many.
As the founder of Salus University’s Looking Out for Kids (LOFK) vision care charity fundraiser, one of Dr. Susan Oleszewski’s primary roles was to ensure that there were enough resources every year to provide comprehensive vision care services and eyeglasses to disadvantaged children in the region. Fortunately, Dr. Oleszewski developed a long-standing relationship with Alan Lindy, president of Lindy Property Management, which has proven to be a huge benefit for the LOFK program ever since.
Thanks to Comfort Caring Canines Therapy Dogs Inc., a foursome of fun furry friends – Fletcher, Annie, Neeko and a gentle giant Mastiff named Fhinneas, who checked in at 240 pounds and laid down pretty much anywhere he wanted – took over the LRC for an hour and submitted themselves to patting, ear scratching and belly rubs from students, faculty and staff who were there to get away from the pressures of finals week.
Salus University’s annual White Coat Ceremony represents the transition from student to professional-in-training as first-year students from all programs receive the symbol of their profession – the white coat.