In accordance with the Process to Reopen Pennsylvania, we have resumed limited university operations effective June 8, 2020.
CPPD intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
As an alumna, Amanda Marchegiani, AuD ‘10, believes she and others can help define Salus University’s future. This belief influenced her decision to take on the leadership role as the incoming president of the University’s Alumni Association, effective July 2020.
For graduates like Priyanka Patel, OD ‘20, and Roheena Malik, OD ‘20, legacy family members are much younger pioneers among the same generation, offering a solid support system as they worked toward their degrees.
Cristina Rosano, OD ‘20, has always been a dancer. In fact, her dream as a young girl was to be a National Football League cheerleader.
Many legacy graduates like Emily Mittelman, MSOT ‘20, and Jonathan Fabriziani, OD ‘20, have longtime connections to Salus University. When the time came for them to choose a graduate school, Mittelman and Dr. Fabriziani were drawn to the storied and steadfast experiences of their preceding generations from the Salus community.
For many legacy students and their families, attending Salus University felt inevitable. Although each student has a unique reason for choosing the University, they share a common pride in making a Salus education part of their family tradition.