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.
For the first time, the University is utilizing a hybrid online and face-to-face delivery model
for the MSc in Clinical Optometry with an Advanced Studies certificate degree program.
In honor of her family’s more than 100 years of combined service to the optometric profession, to patient care and professional education, and after seeing first-hand the benefit of providing early vision care to students at their schools, Cathie Muhr has donated $100,000 toward a new vision van, so the “Looking Out for Kids” program may continue in a more suitable environment.
First, we featured Dr. Glover in this three-part series that highlights a few of the thought leaders behind Impact HBCU, their work and the importance of the group’s underlying mission. Next, Dr. Cleaver shares his experiences and thoughts surrounding his PCO optometry journey, beginning in the PCO Summer Enrichment Program (SEP).
In our new podcast series, we will be talking to doctors from The Eye Institute to get an inside look at what goes on behind the scenes. In this episode, we met with Dr. Andrew Meagher.
Unlike many of Philadelphia’s children, Colbie and Addyson Sparks were able to attend school this year in-person at Our Lady of Port Richmond (OLPR). And, with the help of The Eye Institute (TEI) of Salus University’s School Vision Program their school year was made a little easier.