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Athletic Training Students who have completed the requirements for graduation from the Hope College AT Program upon satisfactorally meeting the academic and clinical standards set forth by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) are eligible to challenge the national certification exam for ATs, known as the Board of Certification (BOC) Exam.
In 2013 - 4 graduates of the Hope College AT Program were BOC exam candidates with three passing on their first attempt.
In 2014 - 8 graduates of the Hope College AT Program were BOC exam candidates with eight passing on their first attempt.
In 2015 - 5 graduates of the Hope College AT Program were BOC exam candidates with five passing on their first attempt.
Three Year Aggregate Data
17 students graduated and sat for the BOC Exam in the year of their graduation.
16 of 17 graduates (94%) of the Hope College AT program passed the BOC exam on the first attempt.
16 of 17 graduates (94%) of the Hope College AT program passed regardless of the number of attempts.
Hope College AT program students continue to do well on the BOC examination as evidenced by this data.
The Hope College AT program is grateful to the entire college community and members of the faculty who teach courses in our curriculum for their efforts in educating students in the AT program. The high standards that students are held to in their academic and clinical activities, allow them to succeed on the certification exam and obtain excellent placements in graduate school or the job market.
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