Being part of a pre-optometry club is a great way to get plugged into your future profession, learn about the various optometry educational programs, and learn about how to make yourself a competitive applicant. Pre-optometry clubs attract students who are not familiar with optometry. There’s wisdom in the movie line, […]
Find out more about the scholarship program available through the U.S. Navy for pre-optometry students.
Another terrific article from ASCO’s Blog! Should be helpful to pre-optometry clubs: Pre-Optometry Clubs are an excellent way for prospective optometry students to learn more about the optometry field and develop their interests. Pre-Optometry clubs can help undergraduate students in their application processes as well as help them […]
Peer Advisers are upperclassmen who are trained to assist incoming students make the transition into professional grad school. One of the ways they assist is through the Peer Advisor Blog. Here is an example of such a blog article that may even be helpful to you as a […]
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 […]
ASCO (Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry) is optometric education’s mothership. Founded in 1941, ASCO is a non-profit education association representing the interests of optometric education. ASCO’s membership encompasses the schools and colleges of optometry in the United States and Puerto Rico. ASCO is committed to achieving excellence […]
A question I often get from pre-optometry students is, “How can I get more involved with optometry before I actually start optometry school?” The American Optometric Association (AOA) is optometry’s national political organization that works to advance the profession. Optometry has come a long way in its 110+ […]