College of Health and Human Services

Additional Program Information and Expectations

At all times, pre-professional and professional ATP students are required to demonstrate professionalism and be a positive representation of themselves, the ATP, the University of Toledo and the athletic training profession.  A professional has the duty to exercise the skills and knowledge normally employed by members of the profession to prevent unreasonable risk of harm to others. Professionalism encompasses being dependable and reliable, holding oneself accountable for actions, being cooperative with fellow athletic training students, ATP faculty and ATP Clinical Preceptors, demonstrating leadership qualities and initiative, and displaying good judgment.  Athletic training students may demonstrate professionalism through their communication, time management, general appearance and use of language, and attitude toward both academic and clinical portions of the program.

 Costs Associated with the ATP:

Tuition in state: $9,242

Tuition out of state: $18,580

Associated general fees: $1,190

Associated program fees: N/A

Room/board: $10,385

Additional costs include:

Renewal of CPR/AED Certification (approximately $20 every 2 years)

Annual TB skin test (approximately $15 per year)

BOC Certification examination ($300, taken during final semester)

Parking pass (approximately $125 per semester)

Transportation to off-campus clinical sites (all within 25 miles of campus)

Information on University of Toledo Cost and Affordability

 Various Scholarships are available to UT ATP students, additional information is provided at the following sites.

University of Toledo General Scholarships

National Athletic Trainers’ Association Research and Education Foundation Scholarship Program



Last Updated: 4/12/18