What You Should Know — Optometry Admissions and SCCO

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The Unique Doctor-Patient Relationship and Standing On Your Own Two Feet!

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April 11, 2017

I always wanted to be an optometrist.  Always. It started when I was just a kid with my geeky fascination for eyeglass frames and turned into a longing for a vital way to help not only patients but myself too. I look back now with 40 years in optometry.  I am so grateful… As will… Read More ›

Financial Aid 101: Making Sense of the Cost of an Optometric Education

As an admissions officer, I consult with many who are justifiably concerned with the potential costs of an optometric education. Most pre-optometry students research programs’ websites and use the fee for tuition as the key indicator and thus the cost basis for comparison. This is a mistake.  Annual tuition cannot be used to compare schools because it does… Read More ›

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