Applying for Admission
Thinking of earning a degree from ATSU? If so, you're making a smart choice! With programs ranging from athletic training and osteopathic medicine to health administration and dental medicine, ATSU has you covered!
We are ready to help you find your place in the fast-paced, dynamic, and rewarding world of health professions. You may request information on a particular program, contact an admissions representative, or start your application today from the menu on the left.
In compliance with the Clery Act and Section 86 of DOE regulations, the university makes the following information available to all prospective students, admitted students, and current students: Annual Security Report, Annual Fire Safety Report, and the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention policies. This information can be accessed online (see links below). A hard copy can also be requested by contacting Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com; or at 660.626.2516 (Missouri) or 480.219.6126 (Arizona).
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention policies are located in the University Student Handbook.
Office of Admissions best practices
A.T. Still University (ATSU) Office of Admissions is a member of the National Association of Graduate Admission Professionals and therefore strives to ensure appropriate conduct among professionals in the recruitment and retention of students and their transition to graduate healthcare education.
Statement of principles of best practices
ATSU Office of Admissions staff agrees to
- be responsible for compliance with applicable laws and regulations with respect to the students’ rights to privacy.
- cease from using disparaging comparison of other schools, programs, organizations, and services.
- not offer or accept any reward or remuneration from any school, program, organization, agency, student, or service for placement of applications or recruitment of students into ATSU schools/programs.
- accurately represent ATSU’s schools, programs, organizations, and services.
ATSU Office of Admissions uses the standards and best practices published through the National Association of Graduate Admission Professionals. These can be found at: