How To Apply

Apply by December 15, 2019 for early decision and we'll waive the UVM Graduate College application fee!

Step One

Complete the Athletic Training Common Application through the Athletic Training Centralized Application Service (ATCAS) and include the following:

  • (3) Letters of Recommendation, including at least one academic recommendation and one recommendation from a certified athletic trainer (ATC)
  • Official Transcript(s) from all U.S. and Canadian schools attended. ATCAS and the UVM MSAT program accept prerequisite credits from regionally accredited institutions only. International transcripts must be translated, evaluated by World Education Services (WES) and sent to the CNHS Office of Student Services
  • Essay/Personal Statement
  • 50 Observation Hours with an athletic trainer or combination of athletic trainers. Download verification form (PDF) >>

Athletic Training Common Application

Step Two

Complete the supplemental UVM Graduate College Application and submit the application fee. You do not need to upload a resume or a writing sample. Under the personal statement, please upload a PDF or Word document that reads: "See essay on ATCAS application."

UVM Graduate College Application

Information About the Application Review Process

Applications submitted prior to the February 15 deadline will be reviewed and receive an admissions decision within six weeks. Candidates will be ranked using a combination of undergraduate GPA and TOEFL scores (if required), students’ statements on the Graduate College application, and letters of recommendation. The program is selective and space limited due to clinical placement capacity. There is no guaranteed admission for undergraduate students wishing to enter the MSAT. The applications will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee, comprised of program faculty, who will then make recommendations for admission.