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.
All of a sudden, making this ultimate decision became one of the hardest she’d ever had to face.
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 […]
As a recent UCLA grad from the Los Angeles area, Arbi talks about the transition from a large undergrad to SCCO, a small private optometry school. Made even more difficult because of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine, he also had to adapt to quarantine isolation and virtual remote learning.
Many of our faculty are SCCO Alums, including Assistant Professor, Dr. Dawn Lam. We sat down with her last week and talked about her path to becoming an optometrist. Since all faculty here at SCCO participate in applicant interviews, we talked about how she goes about the process […]
Faces of SCCO: Meet Dr. Jerry Paugh Faces of SCCO is a new series which features various members of our campus community. First up is Dr. Jerry Paugh who joined SCCO’s faculty in 1981. As well as being a professor, he serves as the Associate Dean for Research. […]