Sign Up Now for the AOSA/Luxottica SunSale at Optometry’s Meeting

AOSA SunSale at Optometry’s Meeting 2017 Join us for an exclusive sunglass sale during the upcoming Optometry’s Meeting event! This SunSale features frames from amazing brands like Ray-Ban and Oakley at unbelievably discounted prices. All proceeds benefit OneSight and Optometry Cares. Register now to select your time slot for this can’t miss event! Sign Up

AOSA General Session – 500 Students and Tough Trivia

With a huge turnout, AOSA’s largest annual gathering of optometry students featured 500 vying for top honors in a trivia competition hosted by HOYA Vision, a lunch and awards from the AOSA recognizing those who make a difference for optometry students nationwide. “I’m proud that AOSA has established strong support of advocacy, whether through AOA-PAC,

Spring Foresight at schools now

The AOSA’s twice yearly magazine is available now for students, optometric educations and pre-optometry students to read.  Published and written by students leaders at all 23 schools and colleges of optometry, Foresight features news and perspectives from students who are in the midst of their optometric education. Read it online or get a copy at your

AOSA elects 2016-17 Executive Council

JACKSONVILLE, FL —  The American Optometric Student Association, which represents 6,700 students of optometry, has elected Erick Henderson of Southern College of Optometry (Memphis, TN) as its president. Henderson, from Danville, IL, is the 49th student to serve as president of the AOSA. Henderson graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Illinois Wesleyan University

Fall Foresight features broad view of our profession

In the largest issue yet of AOSA’s flagship magazine, student leaders report from all the schools and colleges, we outline the roles of partner organizations throughout the profession, highlight the importance of membership and look at some of the benefits of belonging to THE association for optometry students.  Written entirely by your peers in optometry

AOSA officers begin terms

  Four new officers for the American Optometric Student Association (AOSA) Executive Council began their terms at the March 2015 Transition meeting in New York: President-elect Hunter Chapman is a third-year student at Southern College of Optometry. Prior to his election, Chapman served as AOSA trustee, AOA-PAC national liaison, and director of school relations for OptometryStudents.com.