Prospective students must first be accepted to Lindenwood University prior to applying for acceptance into the Athletic Training Program (ATP). The ATP at Lindenwood University is a competitive program requiring an application and interview for new applicants during the spring semester of their first year (observation year). At this time there is no current limit on enrollment. However, if application numbers increase beyond capacity, there will be a competitive admission process based on a combination of factors, including academic performance, letter of application, letters of recommendation, interview, and preceptor evaluations of clinical observation performance.
I. Personal Information Form
II. Letter of Application
III. Physical Examination/Immunization Records
IV. Three Letters of Recommendation
V. Current CPR Certification Card (or currently enrolled in the course)
VI. Signed Agreements and Technical Standards
VII. Required Coursework
A. Candidates must achieve a grade of C or better in the following courses:
HFS 16000, AT 28000, AT 28300, AT 28500, BSC 10000, CHM 10000,
PE 12000, and PE 12100
VIII. Grade Point Average
A. A. Candidates must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher for all courses and a cumulative
GPA of 3.0 or higher for all curriculum courses
All application materials must be completed and submitted prior to February 28 for application to the program for the upcoming fall semester. Upon receipt of all application criteria, the program director will assign interviews. The interview committee will consist of the program director, clinical education coordinator, and other available members of the Athletic Training faculty. The Athletic Training faculty reserves the right to deny an interview if application material is incomplete.
Candidates for admittance will be notified in letter form by the end of April as to their admission status.
Athletic Training Admission Application
Sample Four-Year Plan