Clinics and Patient Care
We'd like to be your eye care provider! The IU School of Optometry eye care centers are open to the public. We offer eye and vision care to patients of all ages in pleasant facilities with the most up-to-date ophthalmic equipment.Notice of Privacy Practices
What is an optometric residency?
vision care to those for whom financial, geographic, or physical barriers prevent access to such services. . .
locations, hours, appointments, payment, insurance, outreach/community service. . .
binocular vision/pediatric optometry, cornea and contact lenses, low vision rehab, ocular disease, primary eye care, sports vision, . . .
designer frames, sunglasses, children's frames, contact lenses, protective eye wear, progressive and bifocal lenses, . . .
eye exams, glaucoma, additional references, . . .
The IU Optometry eye care centers are participating in the InfantSee program offering free eye assessments for babies under 1 year old.
complete our patient satisfaction survey. . .
- Generic clinic closings schedule for AECC and CECC.
- El Instituto Nacional de los Ojos proporciona información en español y en inglés sobre problemas relacinados con los ojos y con la vista.
- IU students: Charge your exam fee to Bursar account.
- IU employees: Tax saver benefits may be used to purchase eyewear (including contact lenses).