The clinical experience is vital to the success of the Athletic Training student at Loras College. Students will be assigned to work in a variety of health care settings and encounter a variety of athletes and patients. These rotations begin during the fall of the student’s sophomore year and continue through graduation.
How will the Athletic Training program prepare you for your internship?
The Loras College Athletic Training Education Program is committed to providing our students with a quality education. Students are exposed to a variety of athletic training settings during their time at Loras College. As part of their education, we encourage students to broaden their resumes and grow with a variety of experiences and internships.
Athletic Training Internship Experiences
One of the most beneficial opportunities Loras College has to offer is providing students with experience to build their resume and prepare them for the work force. Click "Read More" below for details on internships that have assisted former students in getting the job they've worked for.
Athletic Training Program Highlights
The Athletic Training program helps prepare students for the
Board of Certification exam. This exam ensures that students gain the necessary skills for entry-level positions in athletic training. Additionally, students can be nominated for the Doc Kammer Scholarship award. Doc Kammer was a long-time athletic trainer for Loras College from 1929–1971 and has been generous in continuing to offer this scholarship annually.
Athletic Program Admission Requirements
Loras College’s Athletic Training major is a competitive program designed for top talent. Click the link below to find specific information relating to the application and admission process as well as the requirements necessary for completion of this program.
Athletic Training program Admission Requirements