Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition & Fees
Tuition for the Master of Science in Athletic Training Program during the 2019-20 academic year is $595 per credit for graduate students. Undergraduate students (typically in the pre-professional phase of the program) will pay undergraduate tuition.
Program fees: $800 per year applies to expenses the program pays for you, such as conference registrations, cadaver lab supplies and drug tests for clinical sites.
Course fee (AT 520): $20 for students taking AT 520 applies to expenses for CPR & First Aid recertification.
Additional Program Expenses: Course books and supplies, transportation, immunizations and personal expenses vary from student to student depending on individual circumstances and include, but are not limited to:
- Athletic training uniform
- Course books
- Tuberculosis (TB) test
- Background check
- NATA membership (recommended)
- Board of Certification exam (recommended)
- Cost of transportation to clinical sites
Scholarships & Grants
Multiple scholarships are available to qualified athletic training students. Internal scholarships for MSAT students are available here. You may also be eligible for external scholarships including the NATA Research and Education Foundation Scholarship and the NWATA District 10 Scholarship. Scholarships available to undergraduate students are available through the Whitworth Financial Aid Office.
Work-Study & Off-Campus Employment
Several work-study positions are available to athletic training students. These positions generally range from 5-15 hours per week and depend on the position and desired hours. Work-study hours are flexible and designed so you can keep your clinical and class schedules. Off-campus employment is obtainable; however, clinical experience schedules frequently change with short notice due to the nature of athletics (e.g. rain delays, tournament play, etc.).
Financial aid is available to Whitworth students to support their investment in education. Students do not have to be in a low-income category to qualify, but they do need to apply to be considered for financial aid.