On Campus Facilities

There are three primary athletic training facilities on the Ithaca College campus where athletic training services are provided, and where a large percentage of our students' clinical education occurs.

Hill Center Clinic

The main Athletic Training Clinic in the Hill Center boasts roughly 2500 square feet of "usable" space. It is where athletes receive evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation services throughout the day, as well as before and after practices and games. The clinic area also includes a private physician examination room, a dedicated hydrotherapy room, and a large, multi purpose Clinical Classroom. Offices for the athletic training faculty and staff are located immediately adjacent to the Clinic.

Athletics and Events Center Clinic

Our second major Athletic Training Clinic on campus is housed in the Athletics and Events Center, and is active in the afternoons, evenings and weekends before, during and after practices and games. It has approximately 900 square feet of clinical space. It is in close proximity to the Strength & Conditioning Center for enhanced rehabilitation and exercise. 

Cerrache Athletic Building Clinic

Our third Athletic Training Clinic is located in the Ceracche Athletic Building located between the football and the baseball fields. It has approximately 750 square feet of clinical space. It includes a wet area for the whirlpool and ice machine, a number of treatment tables and storage areas, and an office for the certified athletic staff.

See the Athletic Training Clinic and some of our students in action.

Distinguished Educator, Dr. Kent Scriber

Kent Scriber, EdD, ATC, PT, FNATA, and Professor of Athletic Training was awarded the 2013 Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator Award by the National Athletic Trainers' Association's Executive Committee for Education. Dr. Scriber is not only an alumnus of Ithaca College (BS in physical therapy, Class of 1972), but also the Founder and long time Director and Clinical Coordinator of the Athletic Training Education Program at his alma mater.

This prestigious award was presented in Las Vegas recently at the 2013 Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium of the NATA in part due to Dr. Scriber's extensive accomplishments and contributions to Athletic Training Education over his 40+ year career as a clinician, educator, scholar and administrator. In addition to the award, Dr. Scriber will be a keynote luncheon speaker at the 2015 AT Educators' Conference, as well. We are very proud to call him one of our own, and extend our deepest congratulations and thanks for all his outstanding accomplishments!!!