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This page is dedicated to the OT Fieldwork Educators who provide placements to Huntington University students. Below you will find the fieldwork forms needed for OTD Level I and Level II Placements. 

Level I

Level II

If you have questions about fieldwork forms, please contact HU's Occupational Therapy Program Fieldwork Coordinator Beth Bright at (260) 359-4348 or bbright@huntington.edu.

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