Experience. Learn. Connect.

FREE CONTINUING EDUCATION

Take advantage of SECO’s renowned educational programming, featuring a variety of in-depth, hands-on sessions designed to help you build your skills. Students and residents can attend sessions free of charge. 

In-Person Registration is FREE for all students. 

FREE VIRTUAL CONTINUING EDUCATION

Can’t attend SECO’s 100th Celebration this year?  Join us virtually!  We are streaming select courses from the Optometrist’s program,
March 1 – 5, 2023

Virtual Registration is FREE for all students. 

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STUDENT T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST

SECO is excited to announce the SECO 100 design contest available to all optometry students. The winner will receive a $1,500 scholarship and the runner up will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

Endless Networking opportunities– including
Alumni Events and the Saturday Night Party

Join SECO and celebrate 100 years…and help us chart the course for the next 100!

Student Engagement Area

sponsored by

ALL STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS THAT REGISTER FOR SECO 100 BY FEBRUARY 15

WILL BE ENTERED INTO A DRAWING FOR A $100 VISA GIFT CARD!

FREE Food Symposium Series

The SECO 2023 Symposia Series allows students and residents to join eye care professionals while engaging with industry leaders to discuss advances in ophthalmic healthcare while enjoying a complimentary meal. The Symposium Series sessions are unopposed by education for the designated audience and are offered at no charge to registered attendees.

SECO 100 Multimedia Posters

SECO encourages students to participate in the SECO 100 Multimedia Poster Program. This program provides the opportunity to present, learn, and interact with students, residents, and practitioners from around the country.

 See the latest optometric research and case reports from students, residents, faculty, and practicing optometrists at the SECO 2023 Multimedia Poster Program. These posters take advantage of technology to deliver a dynamic presentation that is far beyond the posters of old. Be sure to check them out inside Optometry's Marketplace Exhibit Hall.