The UNCSA Athletic Training staff is comprised of three licensed athletic trainers, one of whom is also a licensed physical therapist. Athletic trainers (ATs) work collaboratively with physicians to support student-artist health and performance by helping to identify, treat, and prevent injuries and other musculoskeletal conditions. Our athletic trainers are nationally certified by the Board of Certification, Inc. (BOC) and are licensed by the North Carolina Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners (NCBATE).
Athletic training services are available to students in all disciplines, and visits are covered by the student health fee. Make an appointment online today, call (336) 770-3288, or come by the Wellness Center on the top floor of Hanes Student Commons.
We are well acquainted with the unique demands of conservatory life and dedicated to serving our dynamic population with the same passion each student brings to his or her studies. We work with each individual to determine goals for treatment and to create a plan for a safe and successful return to activity. This process often includes eliciting parental input and support, which can be especially important when students are far from home.
We also collaborate with faculty members when appropriate to ensure a comprehensive approach to injury management and prevention. And, of course, we enjoy working with other healthcare professionals both on campus and out in the community to provide the best care for our students.
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts welcomes athletic training students with interest and enthusiasm to work in the performing arts. We encourage students to contact us for observation experiences and to apply for internships.