Prospective students include individuals who are employed in rehabilitation agencies serving persons who are blind and/or people who are in graduate training programs leading toward a Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling.
In order to be considered, an applicant must:
- Complete and return the Statement of Interest Form
- Submit a letter indicating why they are interested in the program
- Submit two letters of recommendation
- Submit official hard copy of undergraduate and graduate academic transcript(s)
Available on this site from June 1 - October 1
Please send all materials, including transcripts to:Angela Shelton, Coordinator
NRTC on Blindness and Low Vision
P O Box 6189
Mississippi State MS 39762
Limited Stipends Admission
Federal stipends are limited and slots will be filled on the basis of qualifications. Individuals with visual impairments and traditionally under-served populations are encouraged to apply. All applicants will automatically be considered for a stipend. Students receiving stipends will be expected to work in the field for one year, or they will need to repay the award to the Rehabilitation Services Administration.