Occupational Therapy Assistants help people of all ages with a variety of physical, developmental, and emotional disabilities. As an OTA, you may help:
- Toddlers increase their social skills through play
- Amputees adapt to a new artificial limb
- Individuals with physical limitations improve activities of daily living
- Individuals with developmental needs learn self-care activities
- Senior citizens with dementia adapt to memory loss
The OTA Program Early Acceptance Deadline is January 15th.
A completed application packet and a 3.0 gpa for Statistics or Algebra, Chemistry, and Biology is required.
The OTA Program has a Rolling Application Deadline until July 1st.
A completed application packet and a 2.75 gpa for Statistics or Algebra, Chemistry, and Biology is required.
- Apply to Southern State Community College
- Apply to Shawnee State University
- Complete Shawnee State Health Science Application
Visit www.shawnee.edu/ for more information.
- In-demand health care field
- High-paying jobs with 2-year degree
- ACOTE Accredited program
- High national certification exam pass rates
- All classes held at SSCC
Average Salary for
Occupational Therapy Assistant
$25 PER HOUR
Will the students be Southern State's or Shawnee State's?
Both. Students will apply at both institutions and will be considered a Transient Student at Southern State.
Who advises these students?
Prospective students should contact Lisa Whitten at email@example.com or 937-393-3431 x6640.
Who takes care of their financial aid?
Shawnee State will be considered the "home" site and Southern State will be the "host".
How can I get a program outline?
Visit Shawnee's Occupational Therapy Assistant Course Requirements webpage.
What courses will these students take from SSCC?
If these course requirements haven't already been satisfied, the OTA students will take a variety of Psychology, Biology, English, Sociology, Math courses, and even Medical Terminology.