On Monday, September 16, Salus University held its fall commencement. After a morning filled with sporadic showers, the sun came out just before the processional from the University’s Hafter Student Center began.
The Physician Assistant (PA) graduates, faculty, University macebearer Dr. John M. Fitzgerald, and Salus President Michael H. Mittelman, OD, MPH, FAAO, walked in bright sunshine to the Congregation Keneseth Israel synagogue located across the street from the Elkins Park campus.
Best wishes to the newest Salus University graduates!
The University’s 2013 commencement for our Doctor of Optometry; Doctor of Audiology; Education and Rehabilitation in Blindness and Visual Impairments; International Program; PCO Residents was held on Sunday, May 26 at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, Pa.
The commencement slideshow has become an annual posting on the University’s website. The pictures are usually of our graduates and their families after the ceremony. This year, thanks to optometry student Vittorio Mena, PCO Class of 2014.
Congratulations to the Class of 2013!
- Spring Commencement Overview
- Spring Commencement Honors
- Spring Commencement photos
- Post-Graduates Certificates awarded to PCO Residents
Salus: a Latin word meaning health and well-being
Founded in 1919 as Pennsylvania College of Optometry
Four colleges: Pennsylvania College of Optometry; George S. Osborne College of Audiology; College of Health Sciences and College of Education and Rehabilitation.
Enrollment: 1800 students enrolled in 9 programs, both on-campus and distance education
Campus: Located on 11 acres in Elkins Park, PA
Application Deadline: Rolling admissions