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Program Requirements

Policies and Procedures Manual

Introduction

Academic Program

Student Policies

Appendix, Forms and References

Admission Requirements

The AT program exercises a competitive and formal admissions policy. Students meeting the minimum requirements for admission are not guaranteed acceptance into the AT program. Students are admitted as space within the program allows, and admitted applicants generally exceed the minimum requirements.

We will admit our final cohort of students in the Fall 2017, meaning we cannot accept any transfer students. Only students that have attended the university within the previous academic year will eligible for admission.

Applicants should allow several weeks to complete all portions of the application process. See the AT Program Application Checklist. The deadline for submitting completed application forms to AT faculty is once an academic year on November 15, 2017. Students accepted into the program will begin clinical educational experiences in the following  spring. Students are encouraged to only apply for admission into the AT program if they meet all of the admission requirements.

Admission to the Athletic Training Program (Effective Summer 2015)

The minimum requirements to be eligible for admission into the program as of Summer 2015 are:

  • **2.75 Adjusted G.P.A.
  • A minimum grade of "C" in BIOL 110/112, BIOL 220/221, HLTH 100, 101; and a grade of "B" or better in KNES 201 and 230.
  • Successful completion of ALL Junior Division courses
  • As part of KNES 201, you will complete a minimum of 20 hours observation in the clinical setting
  • Completed AT Program application form, including completed physical examination by physician/nurse practitioner, signed Technical Standards form, TB skin test (Chest x-ray if positive), current MMR/tetanus immunization, verification of Hepatitis B vaccination or waiver form, signed Permission to View Health Screening form, and a copy of current American Red Cross/American Heart Association/AAOS First Aid and CPR Certification cards. See AT Program Application Forms.

Admission to the Athletic Training Program (Effective Summer 2016)

The minimum requirements to be eligible for admission into the program as of Summer 2016 are:

  •  **2.75 Cumulative G.P.A.
  •   A minimum grade of "C" in BIOL 110/112, BIOL 220/221, HLTH 100, 101; and a grade of "B" or better in KNES 201 and 230.
  •   Successful completion of ALL Junior Division courses
  •   As part of KNES 201, you will complete a minimum of 20 hours observation in the clinical setting
  •   Completed AT Program application form, including completed physical examination by physician/nurse practitioner, signed Technical Standards form, TB skin test (Chest x-ray if positive), current MMR/tetanus immunization, verification of Hepatitis B vaccination or waiver form, signed Permission to View Health Screening form, and a copy of current American Red Cross/American Heart Association/AAOS First Aid and CPR Certification cards. See AT Program Application Forms.

AT Program Application Forms