Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation and Interpreter Training.
Infant & Early Childhood Scholarship Application
Counseling Program Admissions Checklist for Students
Students will submit his or her completed packet to the department at each campus/site. This includes:
- Letters of reference (3)
- Formal letter of intent (stating professional goals, reasons you want to be a counselor, and what you can contribute to the profession)
- Copies of test scores/transcripts submitted to the Graduate School
After submitting all required documentation to the Graduate Counseling Admissions
Committee at each campus/site, students will schedule an interview at the next available
At the time of the interview, students will complete an impromptu writing sample on a topic selected by the faculty.
At the interview, faculty will utilize a structured interview to allow for consistency in the selection process.
At the completion of the interview, the Graduate Counseling Admissions Committee at each campus/site will meet to discuss each applicant and make the decision on admission to the program.
Students will be notified in writing of the result.
Interpreter Training Program
Bachelor of Science
- Degree Maps
- Internship Placements
State Licensure Boards
- Augusta Assessment
- Dothan Assessment
- Florida Assessment
- Montgomery Two Year Assessment Report 2010–12
- Phenix City Assessment
- Troy Two Year Assessment Report 2010–12