The clinical faculty for the University of Colorado Physical Therapy Program has the opportunity to facilitate meaningful learning experiences and to mold future colleagues. Mentoring students is a great way to keep current with the evidence and knowledge in our field. Not only will students bring a new energy and infectious enthusiasm to your facility, but clinical teaching will allow you to give back to the profession.

Please contact if you are interested and seeking more information.
Interested in offering a Clinical Experience for CU PT students? Please take a few minutes and complete our 2019-20 Commitment Form and email it to

Clinical Instructors Credentialing Course
We encourage all of our Clinical Instructors to complete the basic APTA Credentialing course, offered annually, to ensure consistency and quality for our clinical internships.
To view resources specific to clinical instructor development, clinical site and experience materials and documents specific to our curriculum, visit our resources page

Clinical Education Curriculum

DPT Curriculum and CU PT Course Descriptions

Clinical Education Team

Clinical Education Team

Back Row: (L to R) Joe Palmer, Cynthia Armstrong
Front Row: (L to R) Jennifer Rodriguez, Jacob Austin, Catherine Bilyeu, Eric Sawyer

Upcoming Clinical Education Events

CE SIG- “How, What, & Why” Using Questions to facilitate reflection and clinical reasoning

| 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM

CE SIG- “Don’t Lose Sleep Over the CPI” Assessing Student Performance

| 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM

CE SIG- Journal Club & National Clinical Education Issues

| 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM

All complaints regarding the CU Physical Therapy Clinical Education program should be addressed to the Director of Clinical Education, Jenny Rodriguez, PT, DPT at: or (303) 724-9136.

Alternatively, complaints may be addressed directly to the CU Physical Therapy Program Director, Michael Harris-Love, PT, MPT, DSc, FGSA at: or (303) 724-0687.