Points of Pride​​​​​​​​

​​​The University of Findlay's occupational therapy program offers two formats to meet the needs of both traditional and nontraditional students.

Occupational therapy program achievements:

  • ​Received full ten-year reaccreditation from the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) in 2013
  • OT Adaptive Living House
  • Dr. Mary Beth Dillon, Dr. Rosalie King, Dr. Tom Dillon, and Miranda Tippie received the 2014 Ohio Occupational Therapy Association (OOTA) Model Practice Award in Education

  • Performance on National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy certification examination above the national average
  • For the three most recent calendar years (2011, 2012, 2013), the performance of the graduates of the occupational therapy program on the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) certification examination was as follows:

​Occupational Therapy Statistics​ ​2011-2013
​Total number of program graduates ​137
​Total number of first-time test takers of the NBCOT certification exam ​133
​Total number of first-time test-takers who passed the NBCOT certification exam 116​
​First time test takers percentage exam 87%
Please visit the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) to view program data results for all schools.
  • ​Experienced and dedicated faculty with extensive clinical experience in a variety of practice areas; 70 percent doctorally prepared or in progress toward a terminal degree.
  • Community Involvement​​ through courses, research, and grant activities.
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"The New Face of Homelessness" was created in an effort to decrease stigma related to homelessness. All voices and art were contributed by residents of The City Mission of Findlay through the efforts of former UF OT student, Morgan Podach during her Level II Field Work experience under the direction of Miranda Tippie.