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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.
Presentations designed for all interest levels: from the pre-health students interested in optometry to the pre-optometry student who is ready to apply.
Join SCCO Admissions and our students for a virtual campus tour. While it’s not business as usual here with the pandemic going on, this video provides a glimpse into what life is like on the main campus for SCCO students. Take a look and check out the Student […]
The “Why Choose SCCO Magazine” was designed with the serious future optometry student in mind. With detailed information about all aspects of our program and formatted for those well into the admissions process, it will be sure to answer any questions you may have about what SCCO has […]
Sending an organized, logical, well-thought out email to an admissions adviser accomplishes two objectives: 1) gets you the information you need and 2) helps you to make a favorable impression with the admissions adviser—one that will benefit you as you work through the admissions process. SCCO’s admissions advisers […]
I have a confession to make… I never wanted to be an optometrist. (Gasp!) I also never wanted to be a doctor, or a nurse, or anything else that might have to deal with blood or icky things. Why? Because if you show me a scab, or a […]
I wanted to be an optometrist when I was only 10 years old. Why? I had some kind of weird fascination with eyeglasses and even though I didn’t need them, I was obsessed with getting a pair of my own. In my situation, having perfect eyesight was a […]