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Occupational Therapy Assistant​

Welcome to Linn-Benton Community College's

Occupational Therapy Assistant orientation!

​If you're interested in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program, follow the links at the side to watch videos about the profession, take a self-assessment to see if you have what it takes, learn about LBCC's program, and meet the faculty. This orientation may take 30-45 minutes to complete, so be sure you have sufficient time before starting.

If you decide that this is the program for you, be sure to view all of the content​, then take the short quiz at the end to complete the orientation. 

Traditional students: After you submit this final quiz, your student information will be sent to the Academic Planning Assistant, who will then enable you to register for LBCC classes. You will receive a notification email as soon as you are able to register. Please allow 2 business days for the Academic Planning Assistant to review your submission.

Distance Education students: Submitting this final quiz will alert the OTA department to expect your program application. 

The Occupational Therapy Assistant program requires a separate application. You must follow all of the criteria and dates outlined in the program bulletin, including attaching copies of your self-assessment results and quiz results to your program application. This program accepts students based on a point system. If you are a Distance Education student, your school may have a different selection process. For more information, see the program bulletin. Please note that neither early, incomplete, nor late applications will be considered.

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