Athletic Training at the University of Lynchburg focuses on the prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. In supporting 21 varsity sports, the Lynchburg athletic training staff works each semester with every sport. The athletic training program at Lynchburg has developed into an academic major as well as a support system to all athletic teams. The athletic training major prepares students to: 1) take the NATABOC certification examination and 2) enter graduate school.
Athletic training students get a variety of experiences. Students work with Lynchburg athletic teams, local high school athletic teams, physicians, physician assistants, physical therapists and nurses.
The Lynchburg athletic training major is accredited by the Commission on Accrediation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). To find out more about the major, please visit the athletic training education web page.