Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Outcomes

The total number of graduates from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program during the 3-year period of 2016–2018 was 29 with an overall graduation rate of 43 percent.
 

Results for First-time Test Takers

Year Number of Students Accepted into Program Number of Program Graduates Program Graduation Rates Number of Test Takers Number who Passed the Exam Percentage who Passed the Exam

2016

23

9

39%

9

9

100

2017

21

8

38%

7

7

100

2018 24 12 50% 12 12 100

Three-Year Total

68

29

43%

28

28

100


Note: Program graduates may sit for the exam whenever they choose, so the number of first-time test takers does not always match the number of graduates in a given year. The number of first- time test takers may also include graduates from the previous year.

Program results from the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) can be found on the NBCOT website.

 

Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)

SOTA is a non-profit, student-run organization that promotes occupational therapy through community service, public relations, fundraising, and campus activities. SOTA provides fellowship among students and faculty, educational opportunities through community service activities, and leadership opportunities within the organization.

Membership is a great opportunity to meet current OTA students in the program, learn more about OT and get involved in community. The SOTA membership fee is $5 for current OTA students and $2 for prospective OTA students per semester.

 

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