I Chose Optometry After a Gap Year and Exploring Other Healthcare Careers by SCCO Student Ambassador Jasmine Lovan

I would love to share my story on how I found my passion within optometry in the hopes that aspiring optometry students can relate.  If you are feeling indecisive or confused on what career path to take after graduating,  know that I have been in your shoes and it will be okay.

From Getting My First Pair of Glasses at 2 Years Old to Moving Across he Country to Become a Doctor of Optometry by SCCO Student Ambassador Adam Moret

When I was two years old, my parents noticed that my left eye had an involuntary turning in that my right eye didn’t share. My eyes didn’t yoke together and work as a team. One trip to the eye doctor, and I had my very first pair of glasses.
I haven’t known a life with uncorrected vision with eyeglasses, and I couldn’t be more thankful for this fact. Vision has always been an interest of mine, even when I thought my life was taking a different path during my undergraduate program. However, when I had the amazing opportunity to work as an optician, I knew that a career in eyecare was the right path.

Video: What the Southern California College of Optometry Offers Optometry Students in an Optometric Education

Are you planning to attend optometry school and are in the process of researching the various optometry programs and what they offer their students? Designed with the pre-optometry student in mind, here is a video presentation describing the features and benefits of the Southern California College of Optometry’s […]

SCCO Faculty for 1st Year Students: Meet Dr. Rima Khankan and Use of Anatomage Table Virtual Learning Technology

A continuing series featuring facutly who teach first year SCCO students, meet Rima Khankan, MS, PhD.  Especially of interest is her role with interprofessional education involving optometry, pharmacy, and physican assistant students together. Also in this article is her description of the virtual learning technology, Anatomage Tables.