Admission Policy/Application Process
An application process is necessary for the professional
component of the major. Matriculating students
typically apply during the spring semester of their freshman
year. Transfer students are encouraged to apply when they
have completed or are enrolled in prerequisite course
equivalents. Transfer students must provide evidence of
equivalent coursework (i.e. course descriptions, syllabi,
evidence of competency completion). Prerequisite
courses include Athletic Training 110, 202, 210, 210L, 212,
212L, 225, and 280.
At the time of application students must submit
application, evidence of job shadowing hours (5 hours),
current emergency cardiac care certification, technical standards, immunization records
(including Hepatitis B or waiver), confidentiality
statement, and a copy of transcripts (official transcripts
are required from any additional college coursework,
unofficial ISU transcripts are acceptable). Students
are financially responsible for expenses of the application
accrued prior to admittance into the professional component
of the program.
After review of application documents, students will
interview with Department of Applied Medicine and
Rehabilitation Academic and Clinical Faculty. Formal
acceptance into the professional component of the program
requires a 2.75 cumulative GPA and successful completion of
prerequisite courses. Successful completion of a
pre-requisite course requires a grade of C or better.
Although the University may accept courses from other
institutions, acceptance of transfer credits toward
application are at the discretion of the Admissions
Committee and Program Director. Transfer students MUST
provide the necessary documentation (course descriptions,
syllabi, and evidence of competency completion) during the
To complete the application:
Application Questionnaire – To gain access
to the application, students should contact
Elizabeth Coleman via email (email@example.com).
protect you and to confirm your identity, a
password will be necessary to enter the
Additionally, you will be provided
with a personal authentication code word
which will be used to verify any electronic
signatures required throughout the course of
the application. You can access the
Be prepared to
(Note: *ALL REQUIRED
DOCUMENTS (see below) MUST BE UPLOADED PDFs.
No other format is permitted!):
disclose Information in Educational Records
With your application,
you must upload *ALL DOCUMENTS BELOW
No other format is permitted!
Should you need additional help
with converting these documents, please
Evidence of 5 Job
(if completed in ATTR 212, instructors will
Job Shadowing Hours Verification
Copy of CPR for the
Professional Rescuer Card
(*See chart directly below)
Physical Examination Verification
(only if required by
Transcripts from any
additional College/University Coursework
*If you are unsure if
your certification course qualifies, please
see the chart below. These are the
providers/ courses that DO COUNT
should be completed online.
include at least ONE upper-class
mentor, the student with whom you
have completed your observation hours.
Within 1 week of the
application deadline (April 15, 2013)
students will be contacted by the Program
Director to scheduled interviews with the
Undergraduate ATEP Application Review
Applications are evaluated on the following
35% ISU GPA (students
with transfer credits will be evaluated on
20% of other college/university credit and
15% on ISU GPA)
What to Expect, Post-Application:
A letter, indicating formal acceptance
decisions, will be emailed to you after Spring grades are
verified, but no later than May 15, 2013.
Acceptance categories are listed below:
– provided on a case-by-case basis and will include criteria
to achieve un-conditional acceptance.
Denied – students with
denied acceptance will be invited to reapply to the program
the following year or will be advised to change majors.
Catalog of Indiana State University is the document of
authority for all students. The requirements given in the
catalog supersede information issued by any academic
department, program, college, or school. The University
reserves the right to change the requirements at any time.