Since its founding in 1919 as the Pennsylvania State College of Optometry, Salus University in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania has specialized in the professions of optometry, audiology, and other sensory subdivisions of biomedicine. It offers nine graduate-level programs and four doctorates with such specific concentrations as low-vision rehabilitation and education for children with sensory impairments. Its superb retention and 5-year graduation rates have exceeded 85% in all categories for each of the last five academic years (from 2015-16). Salus provides its 1,000 students the comprehensive Gerard Cottet Library, which contains a computer-assisted learning lab and access to hundreds of medical e-journals, such as EbscoDiscovery, Ovid, and Access Medicine. Current research efforts on-campus assess encoding of speech signals within the brain, as well as comparisons of visual acuity with patients’ perceived difficulty of visual tasks. And when students need to slow down a bit, they can go to the Hafter Student Community Center, complete with pool tables and a large-screen TV, or participate in intramural kickball or flag football! Year after academic year, Salus University proves itself to be everything you could ever ask for, when it comes to health-related education.