Get to Know Salus
Choosing an institution for your graduate or professional education is a big decision. The Office of Admissions is here to help. Whether virtually or in-person, there are a variety of ways to learn more about the application process, student life at Salus and living in the local community. We invite you to get engaged, ask questions and explore.
The online sessions will cover information for each program - including facts about the profession, the curriculum, and admissions procedures and recommendations. You will also be given the opportunity to ask questions and interact with Salus University Admissions Officers.
Representatives from the Office of Admissions will visit campuses around the U.S. and Canada to meet interested students, providing program information and answering questions about the admissions process. Student Clubs and Organizations are also welcome to visit the Salus campus!
Pre-application sessions are one of the many ways Salus University can assist you with planning your career. During this virtual meeting, we can assess your preparation for professional study by reviewing your undergraduate transcripts, and discuss future courses you may have planned with relation to the program of your choice.
Additionally, our admissions staff will familiarize you with the University’s "rolling admissions" process and address financial planning for your education. Please note that the pre-application counseling session is reserved for prospective students who have not yet submitted an application or who are planning to reapply to a Salus degree program.
- Audiology - Four-year On-campus program
- Audiology - Distance Education programs (AuD Bridge, MSCA, Audiology Certificates)
- Blindness & Low Vision Studies programs
- Biomedicine programs
- Occupational Therapy programs
- Optometry - Traditional and Accelerated Scholars programs
- Optometry - International programs (MSCO, APOD)
- Orthotics & Prosthetics
- Physician Assistant Studies
- Post-baccalaureate in Health Sciences
- Speech-Language Pathology
Each year, Salus hosts immersive experiences to eligible prospective or entering students giving the opportunity to interact with students, faculty and staff and to get a feel for what it’s like to be a student.
Salus University students have created an on-campus environment for themselves that is focused and friendly. From the classroom to the clinic; on-campus and off-campus, there is always happening at Salus.
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