St. Augustine, FL
Study in the oldest city in the U.S.
Choose to study in St. Augustine and enjoy beautiful beaches and a rich, Spanish-influenced history. The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences St. Augustine, FL campus boasts an expanded wellness facility overlooking miles of beautiful coastline.
Programs offered at USAHS St. Augustine:
- Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
- Flex Master of Occupational Therapy (Flex MOT)
- Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
- Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
- Flex Doctor of Physical Therapy (Flex DPT)
Upcoming start dates:
- Spring Term: Monday, January 11, 2021
- Summer Term: Monday, May 10, 2021
Join us for a campus tour. *All campus tours have been postponed until further notice. Please check back for the latest details.
St. Augustine campus tours are currently scheduled for most Mondays and Fridays beginning at noon ET, and are approximately one hour. We look forward to sharing our campus with you. Please complete the form below to register for a scheduled tour date.
Enjoy on-campus resources.
Our recently-renovated St. Augustine, FL campus is situated on the Intracoastal Waterway, overlooking the gorgeous northeast Florida coastline, and is conveniently located near historic downtown St. Augustine.
Each USAHS campus offers access to a wellness center with weights and cardio equipment. The St. Augustine wellness facility also has a Ninja Obstacle Course where students – from beginners to advanced athletes – can jump, swing, climb, slide and balance. The course overlooks the coastline, and was designed by two-time national qualifying American Ninja Warrior contestant and physical therapy faculty member, Dr. Todd Bourgeois, PT, DPT.
Our library offers physical and digital access to everything a student might need during their research-based program – including online database and research articles, books and journal entries, as well as skeletons, spines, wheelchairs, massage tables available for check out.
Each classroom is equipped with ergonomic, reclining furniture and robust technology. LCD projectors and televisions make it possible for students to view demonstrations from any seat in the classroom, and a mobile technology cart is available to students in the evenings, for study groups and practice. Students have the opportunity to reserve classrooms through the student portal, or using a digital touch screen outside the classroom.
At USAHS St. Augustine, we are committed to quality, innovative education. One classroom is dedicated to prosthetic molds, and is a dedicated space for students to develop and apply their own research. Our campus also has spaces that mimic the home environment, with kitchens and laundry rooms, to help students learn how to guide patients through daily activities.
We’re a student-driven campus, and directors meet with student leaders monthly to hear and implement feedback. Students have their stamp across campus – from the recently renovated parking lot to which food trucks will be on site during lunchtime.
Students who study in St. Augustine will sharpen their skills at the Center for Innovative Clinical Practice (CICP) – a teaching laboratory with state-of-the-art medical tools. St. Augustine’s CICP is also home to a cadaver lab, where students can work with real, and digital patients. Through simulation education, students experience realistic situations in immersive settings, build confidence and critical thinking skills, and become better prepared for clinical careers.
At each USAHS campus, distinguished faculty and administration are easily accessible and available for mentorship and ongoing support.
Why study with USAHS in St. Augustine?
Immerse yourself in history.
The longest continually-inhabited European-founded city in the United States, St. Augustine was established in 1565 by Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles of Spain. Take a trolley ride to survey the city’s rich history, and visit museums and landmarks such as Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth, Castillo de San Marcos, and the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse.
Broaden your job opportunities.
St. Augustine is a small city with wealth of opportunities. It’s growing economy and coastal location pave the way for a variety of career paths in a diversity of healthcare settings. At USAHS, students benefit from access to an on-campus career services advisor, an up-to-date job board, two annual job fairs, a writing center, and complimentary counseling and tutoring services.
Connect with your locale.
At USAHS, our programs are flexible – allowing you the time to take a breath and uncover your surroundings. Visit Anastasia State Park, a protected wildlife sanctuary, or St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, take a fishing expedition, or go boating or play volleyball by the pier. If you prefer to stay cool indoors, stroll down St. George’s cobblestone street for boutiques, bistros, galleries, and more.