Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling & Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling in Mental Health
Deadlines for admission. Students must have a completed Graduate School application, transcripts, and letters of reference by the following dates in order to have the application processed and reviewed by the Graduate School and the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling program.
Distance Learning students should only apply for the Spring or Fall terms.
Summer I: April 1
Summer II: May 1
Fall: July 1
Spring: December 1
A completed application packet consists of the following: (a) an application to the Graduate School, (b) three letters of reference, and (c) official transcripts.
Application to the Graduate School / RC Program
Complete an online application to the Graduate School through the “Apply Yourself” application process. You can also upload your transcripts and letters of reference directly to the application.
The Graduate School Application Fee should be paid online.
Letters of Reference:
Have three people who are unrelated to the applicant each complete the Letter of Reference Form and upload it to the online application.
We require transcripts from all post-secondary institutions you have attended. These can be uploaded to the online application as well. Unofficial transcripts will be accepted and you will be expected to submit official transcripts upon admission.
- An overall undergraduate grade point average of 2.75 and 3.00 on all graduate work is required of degree-seeking students. Individual programs may have higher requirements.
- Applicants are required to engage in a personal interview with the Rehabilitation Counseling Program Faculty and students. The interview can be conducted by telephone if the applicant lives more than 75 miles from Lexington.
- Once admitted, students select whether they will be in the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling or Clinical Rehabilitation in Mental Health Program.
Additional information can be obtained by contacting the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling Director of Graduate Studies: Dr. Ralph Crystal.