Apply the knowledge gained from your coursework to hands-on Clinical Education experiences. The Clinical Education component of the athletic training program will be completed over a three-year period. It will give you the opportunity to provide care to patients while under the supervision of a licensed health-care professional or preceptor who will serve as your instructor/mentor.
As an Athletic Training student, you will serve at a variety of Clinical Education sites both on and off campus. Clinical Education sites include Liberty University's intercollegiate athletics and club sports programs, area high schools, colleges, physician offices, and sports medicine clinics.
Get athletic training experience right on campus at multiple sites at Liberty University.
Both Varsity and Club Sports at Liberty will give you countless opportunities to work with athletes in both practice and competition.
Work with a skilled preceptor who will mentor you throughout your Clinical Education experience.
Baseball Athletic Training Room
Liberty University's Club Sports
Field Hockey & Lacrosse Athletic Training Room
Women's Field Hockey Preceptor:
Women's Lacrosse Preceptor:
Football Operations Center Athletic Training Room
Indoor Track Athletic Training Room
Men's & Women's Track & Field/Cross Country Preceptor:
Liberty Athletics Center Athletic Training Room
Women's Tennis Preceptor:
Women's Soccer Preceptor:
Women's Swimming & Diving Preceptor:
Men's Soccer Preceptor:
Men's Tennis Preceptor
Softball Athletic Training Room
Vines Center Athletic Training Room
Men's Basketball Preceptor:
Women's Basketball Preceptor:
Women's Volleyball Preceptor:
Get your athletic training clinical experience at an area university or college.
Work with sports teams at the University of Lynchburg, Sweet Briar, and Randolph College.
Develop your skills through first-hand experience working directly with patients. Here, you'll learn from skilled mentors/preceptors who have experience with each school.
Learn how to provide athletic training support for high school athletes.
Choose from a wide range of area high schools where you can gain your clinical education experience.
Work with a skilled mentor/preceptor who will be able to guide you throughout your training.
Receive first-hand experience at university and area professional facilities. Here, you will help serve a more general audience with athletic training needs.
Observe how the skills and concepts of athletic training are utilized in the medical field. Work with a trained mentor/preceptor who will guide you through your clinical training.