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Class of 2024 Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) students

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OT EAC Improves Service Delivery through Enhanced…

The Occupational Therapy Equal Access Clinic (OT EAC) is a student run clinic serving the greater Gainesville area. This clinic provides a unique…

Two student executive board members with the OT faculty liaison. From left to right: Kayla Ramos, Dr. Anna Galloway, and Cara Steinberg

UF occupational therapy students help TLC clients…

The University of Florida’s Doctor of Occupational Therapy students were featured in this Gainesville Sun article, highlighting third-year student…

Bhumi Patel, 24, an occupational therapist student from UF, admires Ashley McCarthy's painted nails on Jan. 7 while working with members of the TLC (Transitions Life Center) staff.

UF’s first Doctor of Occupational Therapy class…

This milestone class also holds the distinction of being the first OTD graduates from a Florida public institution.

Doctor of Occupational Therapy pins

Fieldwork and Capstone

Fieldwork and Capstone experiences provide students with an opportunity to translate theory into practice and to observe or define the roles of occupational therapy in various clinical settings.

Claudia Luna completes her fieldwork rotation abroad in Peru.

Links to Free Sources of Evidence

Evidence-Based Practice Resources for Occupational Therapists

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Reitz Union

The Reitz Union offers a variety of programs and services to students and the Gainesville community as a whole. Students can benefit from dining options, free student events, arts and leisure programs, and more.

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Student Activities and Involvement

Student Activities and Involvement (SAI) provides support for hundreds of student organizations, through engagement activities and leadership and service mentorship.

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GatorConnect

GatorConnect connects students with hundreds of student organizations on campus.

Two students walking on UF campus by a Gator sculpture