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"I worked with many great athletes and coaches, allowing me the opportunity to gain experience and confidence that without, I wouldn’t be where I am today. LSSU not only gave me my undergraduate education but I gained lifelong friends and connections that will go with me in whatever endeavor that I attempt. Athletic Training at LSSU changed my life and changed my goal in life for the better. "

Andrea Cripps
ATEP
Graduate Assistant
Central Michigan University

Athletic Training

Committed to an integrated relationship between the athletic training students' didactic and clinical experiences
Senior Projects
 
Accomplishments

As part of the curriculum, our students work closely with the Athletics Department and their athletes.


Junior Athletic Training Student Matt McLeod assists in Pre-Season Physicals by taking pulse and blood pressure on a Lake Superior State University Athlete.


Junior Athletic Training Student Brittany Currie assists in the Laker Athletics Pre-Season Physicals, by checking an athlete's pupils prior to a vision screening


  

ATEP students are active throughout the academic year and not just during Athletic Training Month. Earlier in the year, students participated in a Michigan Athletic Trainers Society conference and were runners-up in the Quiz Bowl, worked at the Hula Bowl in Honolulu, and worked with the Sault Area High School football team.

LSSU ATEP students exceed the national average for passing their Board of Certification Exam, on the first attempt!

A Dynamic Duo

Katia Locke and Atlas

LSSU athletic training student Katia Locke and her leader dog in training, Atlas, pose with steel water bottles being sold to benefit LSSU's Student Athletic Training Association and the Leaderdog for the Blind Foundation. More than 200 of the $10 bottles are on sale at the LSSU athletic training department while supplies last. Locke is training Atlas until spring, when the dog gets matched to a visually impaired person for further training. [ more ]

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