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From the Department Head Welcome

This is an exciting time to be an occupational therapist and Colorado State University is one of the best places in the world to study, practice and research.

We are recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a top-10 program. Our outreach centers, the Assistive Technology Resource Center, and the Center for Community Partnerships, are world-class. Each year we graduate approximately 50 new practitioners and two or three new researchers from our Ph.D. program in Occupation and Rehabilitation Science. Our research teams produce cutting- edge work enabling participation in everyday life, an understanding of body structures and functions that underlie participation, and access to services.

I am proud to boast about our exceptional faculty, staff, students, and programs.

Anita Bundy, ScD, OT, FAOTA, FOTARA

Anita Bundy
Two people at a table looking at a chart.
Occupational therapy students with students from Yamagata, Japan

Occupational Therapy Visit Us

Colorado State University is located in sunny Fort Collins, Colorado – about 60 miles north of Denver. Come visit and learn more about our programs. Information sessions are held each month for prospective students who are interested in our master’s degree programs.

Old Town Fort Collins

A dynamic place to learn, work and grow Commitment to Excellence

Asset 317 Program of Research and Scholarly Excellence

Recognized by Colorado State University as a Program of Research and Scholarly Excellence since 2003

Asset 77 Program of Excellence

Designated a Program of Excellence by the Colorado Commission on Higher Education

Asset 81 U.S. News and World Report Ranking

Ranked 6th in the nation by U.S. News and World Report

Asset 86 High Graduation Rate

Overall graduation rate of 96% over the last three years

Asset 106 Among Most Affordable Programs

On’s  list of Most Affordable OT Master’s Degrees with 100% Exam Pass Rate