Student Support Grants

The RRCD provides grant-funded financial support to students in the following programs. The programs are housed under the Division of Deaf Studies and Professional Studies (DSPS) in the College of Education. Please direct grant questions to the RRCD contacts listed at the bottom of this page.

Rehabilitation Counseling: Deafness (master’s degree) – The program in Rehabilitation Counseling: Deafness (RCD) prepares professionals to work with deaf or hard of hearing adolescents and adults in rehabilitation and other human service settings. A general rehabilitation counseling option is also available.

American Sign Language (ASL)/English Interpreting (master’s degree) – The ASL/English Interpreting program offers a non-teaching master’s degree in Education with a major in American Sign Language/English Interpreting. The ASL/English Interpreting program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the interpreting field as work-ready professionals.

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