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The Eye & Vision Center and 10 Optical

An important part of the MCPHS experience is learning in a similar environment and on the same equipment that you’ll encounter in your professional career. As students prepare to become leaders in optometry, we provide members of the local Worcester community with comprehensive, high-quality eye care. Explore the fully functioning vision center and retail store where you’ll receive this uniquely immersive learning experience treating real patients.

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  • Students at WALKFIT group meet-up.

    Students from the MCPHS Doctor of Optometry (OD) program are learning what it's like to walk in the shoes of a visually impaired person (VIP) through a community group called WALKFIT.

  • Emilee Nehring

    MCPHS alumna Emilee Nehring, OD, was named Young Optometrist of the Year for 2019 by the Oregon Optometric Association (OOPA) at their annual meeting in July in Eugene.

  • Students sitting at tables and collaborating during IPE Day.

    On Wednesday, June 5, students across the Worcester and Manchester campuses participated in the University's annual IPE Day.

  • Two students looking down in a notebook.

    When it comes to determining the right path for your future, there are countless options to choose from. If you already know graduate or medical school is on the horizon, enrolling in a professional pathway program is a seamless and efficient way to earn your degrees and pave the way to a rewarding career.