Chatham University

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) Alumni


"Chatham University offers a remarkable MOT program that provides education by OT instructors with diverse backgrounds and interests to ensure that students receive a well-rounded education and the skills needed to become admirable therapists in the field. The curriculum is always evolving to remain current and evidence-based to provide students with the most effective evaluation and treatment methods used in practice. "

-- Megan Bowser Class of 2010


"Deciding on Chatham University's Master of Occupational therapy program was the easiest and best decision I have ever made. The education that you receive provides you not only with essential fundamentals of OT but professionalism that will last a lifetime. The faculty's open door policy, wealth of knowledge, and extensive clinical background makes Chatham's MOT program a top notch institution to begin your future as an occupational therapist."

-- Angie Soos Class of 2009


"Choosing the Master of Occupational Therapy Program at Chatham was one of the best decisions I have made. Chatham’s OT program offers high quality education, small class sizes, and a great campus location. The OT faculty is comprised of excellent teachers who really care and will make every effort to help you succeed. If you want to excel in your career, choose Chatham’s MOT program!"

--Sherica Proffitt, Class of 2005


"My Chatham experience has been so exciting! Not only have I met wonderful students and faculty, I have gained valuable skills that will be useful in clinical practice!"

-- Kristin Van Tromp, Class of 2003


"Chatham University not only served as a firm undergraduate foundation for my future, but as an irreplaceable graduate foundation as well. Having the opportunity to study the field of Occupational Therapy with so many accomplished, respected, and educated professionals, I feel I have made one of the best decisions of my life! Occupational Therapy is generally an overlooked and under-appreciated field, one that everybody should be ranting and raving over. Seriously though, what would you do if you woke up one morning and couldn’t express your daily needs, get to the grocery store, stand up to make yourself lunch, or be able to figure out what day of the week it was? Well...walk over to Dilworth, explore the OT department, and find an appreciation for this amazing health care field."

-- Stephanie Fantauzzo, Class of 2002