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Kentucky College of Optometry
147 Sycamore Street
Pikeville, Kentucky 41501
The Kentucky College of Optometry graduated its first class in 2020. As we gather this data we will publish it for review on this page.
Source: ASCO Annual Student Data Reports.
Note: (1) National applications figures represent unduplicated applications that may be sent to multiple optometry schools and come from OptomCAS Data Reports.
Source: ASCO Annual Student Data ReportsNotes: (1) Applicant data comes from the OptomCAS data Files, (20) Percent minority removes unknown applicants/matriculates from denominator
Sources: ASCO Annual Student Data Reports and OptomCAS data files.Note: (1) In the OAT, scores range from 200 to 400 with a mean of 300.
Sources: ASCO Annual Student Data Reports and OptomCAS data files.
Currently, KYCO has matriculated students from 38 U.S. States with the highest number coming from the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Sources: OptomCAS data files and KYCO Survey of First Year Students.
Notes: (1) The Central Appalachian Region includes the states of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia; the South Central Appalachian Region includes the states of North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Source: ASCO Annual Student Data Report.
Note: (1) ASCO does not count students with approved leaves of absence as part of the attrition calculation.
Sources: KY Council on Postsecondary Education Degrees and Other Formal Awards Conferred and Graduate Office of Student Affairs
Source: KYCO Office of Assessment