Is the pressure of choosing a career scaring you half to death? Did your feeling of purpose get lost somewhere in the stress of school? Are you crying in the library reading this? If so, this article is for you…
Try to envision whether this can be a lifetime career for yourself, and be honest with yourself about who you are doing this for. Your “why” is what will motivate you through your challenging courses throughout optometry school.
You’ve decided to take the OAT! Congratulations! You’ve taken one of the first steps toward becoming an optometrist.
I went through many moments where I felt like I should drop one involvement or another because it felt like too much, but I found a family and joy in each place I served.
Entering optometry school right after completing an undergraduate education is not impossible and is not as uncommon as you may think!
I got to express my concerns and ask my burning questions plainly, and every time, I was met with kindness, support, and of course, answers.
If you feel like you aren’t good enough for your dreams, quiet the voice inside and start to break those self-limiting beliefs.
Presentations designed for all interest levels: from pre-health students interested in optometry to the pre-optometry student who is ready to apply. Read the descriptions below and attend as many as you like! SCHEDULE: June 7: Admissions Process Overview + Q&A with an admissions officer June 14: Chat with […]
Here is your chance to get your questions answered
SCCO students. Introducing SCCO’s Student Ambassadors! First year students who have a heart for service have volunteered to help prospective students follow in their footsteps to become an optometry student.