Students must maintain confidentiality at the clinical site(s), show respect for faculty, staff, preceptors, and patients, and demonstrate adequate performance to be retained in the MSAT Program. Specific requirements for retention are:
- Signed agreement to abide by all program policies and procedures as detailed on the MSAT program website
- Maintain MSAT GPA of 3.0 or greater
- Receive a C or better in all coursework and a B or better in clinical education coursework
- Achieve satisfactory completion of comprehensive assessments
- Provide personal transportation and/or housing to clinical rotations
- Any student who, after reasonable accommodations, cannot perform the Essential Skills may not be permitted to continue in the MSAT program. It is the student’s responsibility to notify the Executive Director, Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Access, to request a reasonable accommodation. All requests must be accompanied by appropriate documentation from a qualified professional referencing the condition and specific need for the accommodation requested.