The athletic training program is a strong community of faculty, students, alumni, and friends who support each other in the classroom and beyond. We work to connect you with program and campus resources that support your academic achievement and social development. Our commitment to a broad-based curriculum exposes you to the latest philosophies and engaging clinical experience. Strong relationships with experts in the field fuel your professional network.
The program handbook details much of what you need to know about your major and minor studies. Flip through the pages to find answers to your questions about classroom and clinical experiences, educational requirements, suggested timetables for course scheduling, service requirements, certification, and many other topics.
Awards and Scholarships
Recognition for a job well done - and perhaps some extra cash - is obtained through awards and scholarships available to our students. Some awards value about $250 and honor everyone from the student who shows the most promise to the outstanding senior to students with strong volunteer service.
Clubs and Organizations
You learn plenty outside of the classroom, including through your interactions with others in the program. Clubs and organizations such as the Athletic Training Club meet regularly on campus, bringing together students with an interest in athletic training and sports medicine for both social engagement and career-focused programming.