February 8, 2016 | POSTED BY | Articles, Events.
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Jean & Jess SymposiumThe Southeastern Congress of Optometry (SECO) will be returning to the Georgia World Congress Center February 24-28, 2016! Featuring one of optometry’s largest exhibit halls and an unbelievable amount of continuing education, SECO remains one of the top conferences for optometry students, new graduates, and practicing ODs alike. Make sure to check out the OptometryStudents.com lounge – it will be an awesome place to hang out and you can even enter to win a free iPad!

Click here to register for SECO 2016 today in just a few easy steps!

Here are a few reasons why the OptometryStudents.com team will be at SECO 2016, and you should too:

  1. Students attend for FREE as long as they are currently enrolled at an accredited college of optometry!
  2. Optometry students get a free $100 stipend just for showing up!
  3. Optometry students get complimentary admission to a ton of continuing education. This is by far one of the best reasons to attend SECO because this conference has quickly become known as the Education Destination® for optometry.SECO 2016 See U Party
  4. Kick back and relax at the SECO student Next Party. This party is an opportunity to celebrate optometry students as the future of the profession, so you will not want to miss it!
  5. The SECO Student Symposium on Saturday, February 27 from Noon-1:15pm is a special course just for students. Free lunch will be provided during the Future Professionals Forum presentation. You will also have the chance to win one of four $1,000 scholarships from SECO International when you attend the Student Symposium!
  6. Didn’t have enough fun Friday night? The SECO See U Party is on Saturday night, complete with the usual food, drinks, and more opportunities to hang with fellow optometry students. The party will feature live music from Collective Soul, photobooths, and free rides on the Skyview Ferris Wheel. The night will also feature a legendary Lip Sync Battle with prizes handed out by the OptometryStudents.com team!