The University will be closed Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. We wish you a safe and happy holiday!
When Kaylea Ellison, PBHS ‘22, got rejected from all the optometry schools to which she had applied, it was “gut-wrenching.”
The three-part series “First Generation Students: Experiences and Advice” starts here. This series will highlight some first generation students’ journeys to graduate school, their experiences at Salus, and any advice they have for other first-generation students looking to continue their studies at the graduate level. These students hail from Memphis, California, Puerto Rico, and many other parts of the map.
In this podcast, we talk with Candida Mulligan, an admissions officer in Salus University's Office of Admissions. She talks to us about the Post-baccalaureate program and how it is unique to Salus.
Recently, we had several of our students take over our @salusuniversity social media accounts and while doing so, they conducted Q&As with prospective students and viewers. And, what better way to find out about the nuances of a program than students who are knee-deep in it, studying, performing clinical exams and the like. This feature is focused on the PA and Post-bacc program.
Kimberly Edmonds, MS, CCC-SLP, a clinical educator who supervises first-year students in their clinical practicum in Salus University’s department of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP), has been named coordinator of the Post-baccalaureate program in Health Sciences, SLP concentration.