White Coat Ceremony

White Coat Ceremony Information

The Salus University White Coat Ceremony represents the transition from student to professionals-in-training as first year students will receive the symbol of their profession – the white coat. Recipients from all of the University’s clinical programs, including optometry, audiology, physician assistant, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, and orthotics & prosthetics, take part in the ceremony each year.

Each White Coat Ceremony will be live-streamed on Instagram and Facebook:

White Coat Ceremony 1

Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant and Orthotics & Prosthetics programs
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White Coat Ceremony 2

Speech-Language Pathology, Optometry Traditional (alpha A through J) and Master of Science in Clinical Optometry programs
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White Coat Ceremony 3

On-campus Audiology Four-Year and Three-Year degree tracks, Optometry Traditional (alpha K through Z), and the Optometry Accelerated Scholars programs
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If you have any additional questions, please contact the Office of Admissions for assistance at: admissions@salus.edu.