Academic - Pre-Professional


Mission Statement: To promote networking, individual growth, and preparation for future physical therapy professionals.


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Constitution / Tier

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Tier Student Organization - Affiliated

Membership Information

Student Members 86
ISU Members 0
Non-ISU Members 0
Allowed Members Unlimited
Allowed Officers President, Vice-president, treasurer, secretary, and human sciences representative. (5)
Membership Qualifications Any student interested in learning more about the field of physical therapy currently attending Iowa State University.
Membership Restrictions Graduated students.
Elections/Selection Elections are held for the five officer positions (president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary, and human sciences representative) at the end of each school year.
Meetings Meetings are generally held once a month. Different physical therapy schools come and share information about their program. We also have an annual kick-off event, election day and other various meetings to enhance students learning about the field of physical therapy school.

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

Various physical therapy schools come to Iowa State and share information and answer any questions that our club members may have. The representative often provides a powerpoint or a presentation that has their school's unique qualities listed, prerequisites students must complete, average incoming GPA and GRE scores, number of observation hours that must be completed, etc. Meetings often take place during the evening on a school night and are held about once a month.

Description of Special Events

We also have a kick-off event that happens during the first week of fall classes, where officers introduce themselves and welcome new members to the club. At the end of the school year in the spring, our club holds an election day where we vote for the next president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and human sciences representative. Other meeting that potentially take place involve teaching the club members about PTCAS, the GRE, and other important information relating to physical therapy.