Our programs have a strong interprofessional and community focus, and will prepare you to work with other disciplines in the delivery of quality patient care.
Our curriculum and learning spaces were developed to create opportunities for students to work together across programs in the classroom, clinical settings, and community outreach projects. We feel we have created truly unique and collaborative learning experiences.
From interprofessional curriculums to a new state-of-the-art health sciences facility and strong community connections, we offer programs that better prepare students for the changing health care environment.
What prospective students say:
“I was impressed with the engaged faculty.”
“My visit experience was very different from what I have seen at other schools”
“I love the idea of the interdisciplinary approach”
“I wanted the Doctorate in Occupational Therapy, and this was the first entry-level doctoral program offered in Virginia”
“The new building offers the latest in learning technology – I think it will help support my learning style”
Graduate & Professional Programs:
Health Sciences Major Admissions Requirements (Staunton Campus)
MSPA: October 1, 2016 (for entry January 2017)
DPT: December 1, 2016 (for entry June 2017)
OTD: January 15, 2017 (for entry June 2017)
RN to BSN: Now accepting applications
Undergraduate health sciences major (Staunton campus): now accepting applications
Applicants are encouraged to apply early.
If you have any questions about our graduate and professional programs or the admissions process, please contact us.
Martha Otegui Modlin, MBA
Mindy Beaumont, MEd
Associate Director of Admissions
Cindy Bono, MS
Administrative Assistant for Clinical Education and Admissions