Major: Exercise Movement and ScienceWhat were your stats? I am applying to Cox, Maryville, and maybe Mizzou
I'm thinking about a lot. I love the resources they provide and the faculty seem incredible. My goal is to be the best possible or and most prepared and really make a difference in the field. I feel like WashU can do that. I really want to take a visit. I know they do virtual meetings as well. I like the diversity of the students and know their reputation which is great. Plus they have great fieldwork sites from what I have read.Hi! What are all your thoughts on considering Wash U for school? I'm still debating and I would like to know what ya'll like/dislike!
Did you apply OTD or MSOT? I applied OTD and still haven't heard anythingI got a letter of acceptance from WashU today! Super excited, definitely going to have some tough decisions to make. Has anyone visited the campus/met with the faculty? If so, did you feel like it was worthwhile? I'm hoping to maybe fly out right after my finals end with hopes that visiting might help with making a decision... the only thing really holding me back as of right now is the cost
Everyone dressed informally for the most part, but still professional and cute. The facilities I really enjoyed it seemed like a lot of resources were available. The medical campus is really cool and so is main campus. And the students and faculty we met were impressive and reallying nice.So great to hear! What were your thoughts about the facilities/program?
Also what did you/other people wear for it? Trying to pack now
I was accepted to Wash U today!! I was also offered a grad assistantship - was anyone else? It didn't really provide much information so I assume that we get placed with a specific faculty later on.
Hi! I am a pre-OT student that is about to start applying to schools. I am very interested in Wash U. If you have been accepted to Wash U, would you mind letting me see your stats just to see where I stand? Thank you!
Graduated from Illinois State. Major: Sociology. Cumulative GPA: 3.4 GRE Verbal: 151 GRE Quant: 147 GRE Writing: 4.0
Observation Hours: ~120 (out patient clinics, hospitals, peds clinic, nursing facility)
Volunteer Hours: ~100 Special Olympics, 45 Hours with Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
Nannied full time for a child with a heart transplant and babysat a child with a liver transplant
Applied/applying: North Central, Governor’s State, Midwestern (IL), Rush, Mount Mary, Milwaukee, Carroll, WashU, Davenport, Western Michigan
Interviews: North Central, Drake (declined), Western Michigan (declined), Midwestern IL (declined)
Acceptances: WashU, Governors State, Concordia Wisconsin, Lewis, Mount Mary
Waitlist: North Central, Carroll, Maryville
Hope this helps a little!!