The application deadline is April 1. Interviews are in May and classes begin in August.
Enrollment is limited to 14 students.
All students accepted into the program will be required to pass a drug screen and criminal background check.
A felony conviction may affect a graduate’s ability to take the NBCOT Certification examination or attain state licensure. The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy offers an “early determination” review to individuals with a felony background who are considering entering an educational program. For further information call 301-990-7979 or visit their website at www.nbcot.org.