Rentention

Criteria for Retention in the Athletic Training Program


The following guidelines will be used to determine the “good standing” status of curriculum athletic training students.

  1. Students that have less than a 2.5 overall grade point average will be placed on probation. The student must raise his/her overall grade point average to 2.5 within two semesters or that student will not continue in the ATP.
  2. Students that have less than a 2.5 grade point average in the major will be placed on probation. The student must raise his/her grade point average in the major to 2.5 within two semesters or that student will not continue in the ATP.
  3. Students that have earned less than the grade of “C” in BIOL 220 and/or BIOL 223 will be placed on probation. The student must retake the course or courses in which they are deficient and earn a grade of “C” or better within two semesters or that student will not continue in the ATP.
  4. Students that have earned less than the grade of “C” in any non-ATP major course (EXER 134, 201, 221, 321, 324, and 325) will be placed on probation. The student must retake the course or courses in which they are deficient and earn a grade of “C” or better within two semesters or that student will not continue in the ATP.
  5. Students that have earned less than the grade of “C” in any Athletic Training, Seminar, Clinical Practice, or Clinical Field Experience course (EXER 205, 206, 252, 253, 301, 302, 312, 313, 314, 317, 318, 319, 320, 405, 406, 412, 427, 433, and 434) will be placed on probation. Students are not permitted to enroll in clinical courses prior to completing the didactic courses that provided instruction on the competencies and proficiencies to be evaluated in those clinical courses. In other words, the student may not advance in the ATP curriculum sequence of courses until he/she retakes the course or courses in which he/she is deficient and earn a grade of “C” or better within two semesters or that student will not continue in the ATP.
  6. The student must have the paperwork listed below on file with the ATP Director or be placed on probation. The deficiency must be cleared before the student can participate in any clinical observations or field experiences. The deficiency must be cleared within one semester or that student will not continue in the program.
  • American Red Cross Professional Rescuer CPR card with AED, renewed annually
  • Proof of completion of OSHA and Blood-borne pathogen training, renewed annually

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Marilyn Buie
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