At a key transition point in their studies, occupational therapy students across all USAHS campuses participate in a meaningful ritual, witnessed by family and friends. The OT pinning ceremony marks the end of the classroom portion of their studies and the beginning of their fieldwork. For Residential MOT and OTD students, this happens in their fourth term, and for Flex, in the seventh term. A longstanding tradition in OT practice, the pin celebrates the diversity of practice areas, the client-centered nature of our practice and the values of our profession. “It’s an opportunity for faculty to acknowledge our students’ transition from classroom learning to clinical learning,” says Mary Zadnik, ScD, MEd, OTR/L, director of the entry-level OT programs on Read more
The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences has resumed all in-person classes and on-campus academic activities, such as regularly scheduled residencies, weekend labs and course intensives.
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- Mandatory Daily Health Screening Form (for students, faculty and staff)
- Mandatory Safety Training and Certification
- Visitor Mandatory Daily Health Screening Form (Visitors are limited to those on official University business or who support the USAHS academic purpose. Prospective students can sign up to join a hosted campus tour through the “book in-person tour” button on the USAHS campus page.)
Vaccination/Testing Options (affects all students, employees and visitors):
- Anyone accessing a USAHS campus will be asked to voluntarily disclose and agree to provide documentation that they have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
- Those who are not fully vaccinated or do not wish to disclose their vaccination status will be required to submit proof of a valid negative COVID-19 test taken within seven days prior to each campus entry.