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Enrollment Services

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Enrollment Services

Enrollment Services assists ATSU students, faculty and staff in many areas including proof of enrollment, transcripts, financial aid such as Federal loans or VA benefits, and much more! Our friendly staff is available in person on either the Kirksville, MO or Mesa, AZ campus and by phone or email for ATSU students on clinical rotations or pursuing their degree online.

To stay informed of the latest and greatest, including current scholarship opportunities, join the Enrollment Services Facebook group.

  • My Profile +

    • Periodically students should review their profile information to maintain the most current record. Students who want to update their student profile with the University and Enrollment Services will find the necessary steps by visiting My Profile.

  • My Academics +

    • Enrollment Services is here to help students with a vast array of service areas. The resources under My Academics will assist students during their time at ATSU and beyond. Please start here for all requests related to your enrollment and financial history with Enrollment Services.

  • Types of Aid +

    • Investing in your future as a student is one of the most important steps you will take in your life. Enrollment Services can help you find the right resources to fund your education. We want you to focus on your education instead of worrying about how you will finance it. Review Types of Aid available to students through ATSU.

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  • Prospective Student Resources +

    • Enrollment Services assists prospective and accepted students with their questions regarding background checks and proof of health insurance. Prospective or accepted students who are interested in more information on VA benefits, Federal loans, etc. are encouraged to contact Enrollment Services.

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      Background Checks

      An increasing number of clinical training sites are requiring background checks before they will sign an affiliation agreement allowing medical students to participate in clinical experiences and training. Hospitals and health education centers are requiring proof to protect patients and decrease their liability. Such checks will be part of a student’s lifelong process of documenting and re-documenting their career credentials, as well as assuring the public they are qualified and adhere to the best of standards.

      Students accepted into a program that requires a background check should do so in sufficient time for it to be reviewed by ATSU prior to starting the first day of class. Background checks are conducted by PreCheck, Inc., a firm specializing in background checks for healthcare workers. An accepted student’s order must be placed online through StudentCheck. Watch your ATSU admissions checklist. Once your report has been reviewed and approved, your list will show a checkmark for completion.

      Ordering Your Background Check

      To get started, review the instructions for obtaining your background check, go to mystudentcheck.com, select your program from the drop down menu and select Background Check. You will need to select a package based on your residential history for the last 7 years.

      Health Insurance

      ATSU requires that all students enrolled in a RESIDENTIAL program maintain comprehensive health insurance coverage. Proof of adequate coverage as defined by ATSU must be presented to Enrollment Services via a student’s admission checklist and must be maintained throughout the duration of enrollment.

      Requirements

      Students are given flexibility to select a plan that best meets their healthcare needs and fits within their budget.

      Students in residential programs are required to maintain health insurance coverage for many reasons, including:

      • You may face financial hardship due to unexpected medical expenses.
      • You may be at high risk for illness or disease because of exposure to patients in clinical settings.
      • Hospitals require students to have and maintain health insurance.
      • A health insurance policy is a good form of preventive medicine.

      Applying for health insurance, waiting to see if you are approved, and waiting for coverage to begin often takes 2 weeks or longer to complete. Do not wait until the last minute to purchase health insurance coverage. If your program of study requires you to relocate to a different state, you will need to check with your current provider to see if their coverage will extend to that state. If it does not, you will need to obtain a new policy that does.

      Failure to maintain continuous health insurance coverage may result in disciplinary action including possible suspension and/or dismissal.

  • Faculty & Staff Resources +

    • Faculty and staff can find information related to processes completed with Enrollment Services and the forms needed to complete these tasks through the Enrollment Services faculty & staff support site (ATSU username and password required).

      The support site contains information pertaining to areas such as:

      • course substitutions
      • grade changes
      • incomplete agreements
      • Work-Study
      • Enrollment Services contact information

      Contact Enrollment Services should you have questions.

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