Athletic Training Program

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Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training  

Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the field of athletic training and our program which is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education Programs (CAATE). We pride ourselves on challenging our students academically and clinically through intensive study and practice. Through the integration and synthesis of the information taught and skills learned, our students become proficient in clinical decision making and critical thinking.

Please review the information provided by navigating the links at the top of the page. Prospective students can contact the Athletic Training Program Director, ( with general questions. For more detailed questions about admission requirements, please schedule an advising appointment with the Applied Physiology and Kinesiology Academic Advisor to ensure you meet pre-requisite curriculum requirements for admission. Potential transfer students should refer to the information on the University of Florida Admissions, Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology “Transfer Admission Requirements” and the Athletic Training “Admissions Requirements” web pages for more information (i.e., application information, deadlines, etc). Transfer students are encouraged to contact the Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology Academic Advisor ( with curriculum and College Admissions questions.

Board of Certification Pass Rates

Initial Graduate Placement

Student Athletic Trainers’ Organization (SATO)

Any student interested in becoming a part of the Athletic Training student club SATO is encouraged to attend the monthly meetings, contact the Pre-AT Outreach Coordinator (listed below) or email the Faculty Advisor, Dr. Christopher Brown ( Our student organization is open to Pre-Athletic Training Students, Athletic Training Students and Graduate Athletic Training Students at the University of Florida. SATO serves the University of Florida students interested in furthering the Athletic Training Profession. The mission of SATO is to increase awareness of Athletic Training at the University and in surrounding communities, foster the interests of its members, and support the local community by volunteering at athletic events and spearheading other service projects. The members of SATO attend an annual Athletic Training Student Symposium, which serves to promote professional development, academic growth and enhance networking opportunities with faculty, students, and healthcare professionals across the country.

2017-2018 SATO Officers

President:Zach Logeson
Vice President:Antonella Valencia
Treasurer:Adaric Kelly
Secretary/Historian: Jessica O’Sullivan
Professional Development Coordinator: Tessa Kacer
Pre-AT Outreach Coordinator:Sabrina Parks