SCO's Residency Programs give graduate optometrists additional opportunities to expand their clinical knowledge and skills.
The residency programs that we offer include:
- Ocular Disease
- Family Practice Optometry
- Pediatric Optometry
- Low Vision
- Primary Eye Care
- Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation
- Cornea and Contact Lens Refractive Surgery
Most residencies are one calendar year in length and most programs begin on July 1. See program description for further details.
Residents receive an annual stipend, health insurance at group rates, professional liability insurance, and travel funding.
All of our programs are either accredited by the Accreditation Council on Optometric Education or being prepared for accreditation.