Current OT Sophomores
Applications will be provided during OT program information
sessions during the month of October. Watch the Pulse and emails for
dates of upcoming information sessions. Contact your faculty advisor if you
have questions. The application will be due December 14.
All applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Admission to The University of Findlay does not guarantee admission to the occupational therapy traditional program.
Traditional Program Application Process
Applications will be given to qualified UF students in the month of October. Applications for UF students are due December 14. Decisions of the Admission Committee are final.
The Admission Committee will review applications in January of each year.
Applicants will be notified of acceptance within six weeks after the application deadline.
The applicant is responsible for including all of the required materials in the application packet.
Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Click here for the required OT observation hours form which must accompany your application.
Transfer students seeking admission into the traditional program must first apply online
to UF using the transfer application. Once accepted to UF, you will be considered a traditional student and follow the OT application process listed above.
Weekend College Application Process
Admission to the occupational therapy weekend program:
Applicants must apply through the Occupational Therapist Centralized Application (OTCAS). Apply now.
All applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Admission to The University of Findlay does not guarantee admission to the occupational therapy weekend program.
must have completed the following pre-requisite courses prior to beginning the
MATH 123 Elementary Statistics or BSLA 314
BIOL 201/201L Intro to
A&P (Lecture and Lab) or BIOL 322/322L A&P I (Lecture and Lab)
PSYC 100 General
PSYC 208 Lifespan
PSYC 233 Abnormal
HEPR 220 Medical
PHYS 150/150L Conceptual Physics I (Lecture and Lab) or PHYS 250/250L General Physics I (Lecture and Lab) or OCTH 221
- Candidates must also complete 50
hours of observation with an OT or OTA