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Physical TherapyWe are pleased you decided to visit us, and hope you might come in person sometime soon. Our department is friendly and attentive to students' needs, and it is easy to get acquainted with other students, staff, and faculty.
310 N Riverpoint Blvd. Box T
Spokane, WA 99202-1675
The Physical Therapy program at Eastern Washington University is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), 1111 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314; telephone: 703-706-3245; email: email@example.com; website: www.capteonline.org
The graduates of the DPT are eligible to sit for state licensure examinations. We admit 38 students each Fall.
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Any party who has a vested interest in the Department of Physical Therapy at Eastern Washington University may file a complaint against the program or an employee of the program. Complaints can come from constituents within the program (e.g., faculty members, staff members, students) or outside the program (e.g., employers of the program's graduates, off-campus supervisors, professionals, etc.). The nature of the complaint determines the steps that should be taken:
- Students who have complaints regarding sexual harassment should contact the Office of Human Resources, Rights, and Risks at Eastern Washington University.
- Students who have complaints regarding grades received in courses or practicum should follow the university's grade appeal policy, which can be found in the university catalog or by contacting the Office of Academic Affairs.
- Students who have complaints of a general nature should follow procedures in the Student Handbook.
- Faculty and staff members who have complaints against other faculty or staff members or against the department chair should follow the university's grievance procedures. Contact the Office of Academic Affairs or the Office of Human Resources, Rights, and Risks for further information.
- Any party who believes that the Physical Therapy program is not in compliance with any number of accreditation standards should address their concerns to the Commission on Accreditation for Physical Therapy CAPTE How To File A Formal Complaint
If you require further assistance in filing a complaint, feel free to contact the department chair, Meryl Gersh; 509 828-1360 firstname.lastname@example.org