Blending Scientific Knowledge of the Human Body, Mind, Emotions and Spirit
In the Program in Occupational Therapy, students must comply with specific requirements within the program, Center for Allied Health Programs (CAHP), and Academic Health Sciences (AHS). Once students are admitted to the program they will receive instructions about how to meet compliance requirements and to maintain compliance through program completion. Students can find information about compliance requirements and policies below as well as the student handbook, Academic Health Sciences, and Boynton Health.
- Vaccination and Immunization Requirements for Learners in the Health Sciences
- Measles (rubeola), mumps and rubella (two doses), or positive titre;
- Diptheria/Tetanus (Td) dose in the last ten (10) years;
- Chicken pox (varicella) series, or positive titre;
- Pertussis later than 2005;
- Hepatitis B series or documented immunity;
- Evidence of tuberculosis test, or in the case of a positive TB test, results of a normal chest x-ray dated after the TB test, completed within six months prior to program start date.
- Annual Flu Vaccination
- COVID-19 vaccine (University Requirement). See vaccine requirements from Boynton Health.
- Criminal Background Study
- Health Insurance Coverage
- Long-Term Disability Insurance Coverage
- Student Services Fees
- CPR Training (needs to be through the American Heart Association at the Health Care Provider level covering pediatric and adult)
- Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA)
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- University Information Security Awareness