ATEP application are to be submitted prior to:
- March 1, 2013
Completed ATEP applications are to be submitted to:
Dr. Eric Winters, ATEP Director
Department of Physical Education
Granville, Ohio 43023
Once the completed ATEP application is received the ATEP Director will distribute a copy to each member of the ATEP Admission Committee. It is expected that formal interviews will take place approximately two-weeks following the application date. Each applicant will be contacted by the ATEP Director in order to schedule the formal interview. The interviews will take place in room that is determined by the ATEP Director.
Following the formal interview, the ATEP Admission Committee will briefly discuss each applicant and the quality of their interview and personal statement. At the conclusion of the ATEP Admission Committee meeting, each member will provide to the ATEP Director the assigned score for each interview and personal statement. Material within the ATEP application and the individual scoring will be maintained in confidence by the ATEP Director.
If the applicant would like to make their ATEP admission application available to a person external to the process, the applicant must provide a written request to the ATEP Director. After such a request is received the ATEP Director will release only the materials provided by the applicant and the ATEP admission scoring sheet. Under no circumstance will the ATEP Director release the scores provided by the individual ATEP Admission Committee members.
The ATEP Director is not permitted to score the applicants, however it is the ATEP Director's responsibility to calculate these scores using the methods described within the composite ATEP admission score document. Once the composite ATEP admission scores are calculated, each applicant will be notified in writing by the ATEP Director as to the status of their application.
It is expected that each student accepted into the ATEP will provide the ATEP Director a letter accepting ATEP admission or refusing ATEP admission. If an admitted applicant chooses to refuse admission the ATEP Director will determine if there are other ATEP applicants with satisfactory composite ATEP admission scores and extend ATEP admission to the candidate with the highest score over the minimum 4.40.
It is possible for a student to major in atheltic training and not be admitted into the Athletic Training Education Program. These students within the curriculum-only route are not and will not be eligible for graduation from the ATEP and therefore ineligible to sit for the BOC examination in athletic training upon graduation from Denison University.