Observe and learn how an OT works in three settings: in-patient, out-patient and long-term care. I helped collect and put equipment away. I also was an extra spotter for patients who were unstable walkers, and also carried oxygen tanks for others.
The workers all made me feel a part of the hospital and nursing home. The therapists were all very down-to-earth people and they really taught me a lot about acute and long-term rehab.
Submit official high school transcripts and transcripts from any college or university where you may have taken college-level classes while you were still in high school. If these classes were taken after graduation, you’re considered a transfer student, so you’ll want to follow those guidelines.
We require at least one letter of recommendation, so make sure you ask a teacher, guidance counselor, principal, coach, or employer to mail one directly to our office. Our mailing address is:
Office of Admissions
141 Central Ave.
Keuka Park, N.Y. 14478
In addition, Occupational therapy candidates must submit an official high school transcript, and a letter of recommendation (from a high school official)
Information for All Occupational Therapy Applicants
We offer rolling admission for freshmen and transfers applying for a seat in our occupational therapy program. No separate application is required. Applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The occupational therapy program has 50 seats available for freshmen, with limited space available for transfer students.
The first 50 freshmen to be accepted and to submit their enrollment deposit will receive a reserved spot in the program.
Please note the College does not permit the deferment of OT acceptances to another semester.
Since Keuka College accepts a limited number of applicants to the occupational therapy program annually, we welcome all candidates not admitted to the program to consider other courses of study at Keuka College.
141 Central Avenue
Keuka Park, New York 14478
Keuka College gives all students, regardless of sex, race, color, creed, national origin, or disability equal opportunity for admission and financial assistance.