Our beautiful Fullerton campus provides the perfect backdrop for indoor and outdoor activities. Favorite spaces to gather and relax on campus include the lawn of the Patricia Hopping Commons, the Essilor Student Center and the centrally-located outdoor amphitheater. Members of the MBKU Student Association and the staff of the Office of Student Affairs host a variety of social events that bring our optometry, PA and pharmacy students together.
The mission of the Office of Student Affairs is to advance the University’s mission by providing programs and services in a caring and supportive environment for all students that foster student success, create engagement in a diverse interprofessional experience, and develop a life-long relationship with Ketchum University.
The Office of Student Affairs is every student’s one-stop shop for all student services including academic support, financial aid, pre-orientation requirements, student activities, student counseling services and disability services.
Annual Student Events
The Welcome Back BBQ: A picnic of fun and reunion, families and children are welcome to attend.
The MBKU Ball: A formal event for all students to celebrate the end of winter quarter; held off campus.
Talent Show: A variety show of student groups performing song, dance, comedy and cheer.
Trick o' Treat: The Office of Student Affairs hosts a Halloween-themed buffet of homemade goodies.
Breakfast for Dinner: MBKU faculty, administrators and staff prepare and serve a home-cooked breakfast for dinner once a year.
Student Appreciation Picnic: We close the academic year with a picnic to celebrate the hard work of our student leaders and award the MBKU Crystal Caduceus Award.
Brianna Kebo, SCCO, '17
"The learning environment at MBKU facilitates forward thinking and collaboration with others to better serve our patients."
Steven Bayer, SPAS, '17
“One aspect that I love most about MBKU is their dedication to community service.”
Miriam Morkos, COP, '20
“Being part of the MBKU’s Pharmacy School Inaugural class I became active in Student Leadership, which allowed me to become closer to the Faculty and Students. They became my ‘Phamily.’”