College of Optometry
Nearly 320 students within the colleges of Education, Health Professions and Optometry earn their professional degrees.
Nearly 300 bachelor's degree candidates and an additional 250 professional programs candidates to take part in May Commencement ceremonies.
Pacific earns the distinction for the third consecutive year.
Dr. Smith is the first Pacific faculty member to earn the academy's highest honor for an educator.
The College of Optometry showcases its newest EyeClinic location in Cornelius. Services available to the general public in addition to Virginia Garcia clients.
Event revenue helps both local residents and those overseas.
CareerCast's rankings of the top health care professions include eight of the University's professional programs.
Optometry faculty identifies causes, remedies for visual and physical problems when viewing 3D video
A study led by professors Shun-nan Yang, Scott Cooper (O.D. '90, M.Ed. '93) and Jim Sheedy, and supported by Intel, appears in the American Academy of Optometry's journal, Optometry and Vision Science.
Professional Programs Commencement completes a day of celebration and fellowship.
The College of Health Professions awarded six graduate students with scholarship funds for international service learning endeavors that help underserved populations.
Administrators from both institutions meet to discuss current and future collaborative endeavors.
Pacific is among just 642 colleges and universities nationally to earn the distinction.
An interview with a new optometry graduate offers a look into the Pacific experience.