RCDHHA Program Application and Housing Information
2017 Program Dates are June 26th – July 20th: Application Deadline is April 17th, 2017
Housing is available on campus and through motels and rental units within walking distance of the university. Off-campus housing is competitively priced. Contact WOU’s University Residences and Campus Dining for a list of off-campus housing (toll free 1-877-877-1593). On-campus housing is approximately $1040 per person for the four-week session and is in Arbor Park Apartments on the north end of campus. Each four-bedroom apartment is fully furnished and has two bathrooms, a living room and a full kitchen. The housing rate for the apartment includes a linen package (clean linens furnished on a weekly basis). Meals can be purchased through WOU Food Service (approximately $25 a day). These are estimates; exact rates will be known in May 2017.
All campus programs, services and facilities are physically and communicatively accessible. Interpreters and an FM assistive listening system are provided for all deaf and hard-of-hearing program participants. Upon acceptance, information is provided regarding the process for requesting accommodations.
Full scholarships will be awarded to all selected participants who live beyond a commutable distance from WOU. Scholarships include tuition for the 9-credit program plus approximately $3,000 in stipend support, which may be applied to travel, housing and meals, and other expenses. These awards are made possible through an RSA long-term training grant that requires completing a two month service obligation in a State vocational rehabilitation or related qualifying agency. If this requirement is not met within 26 months, the award must be paid back. Complete information is provided upon acceptance into the program, or go to the 2004 RSA Scholar Manual/WOU.
Accepted participants will be sent required registration forms for the 9 credits taken in this program.
Interested applicants must submit the application form (download text or pdf ) and three letters of reference by April 3, 2017. Letters of reference should address how the program will assist the applicant in their work, what skills the applicant brings to the program, and the applicant’s motivation to attend. Full workshop details including specific housing information and the four-week class schedule will be sent to you upon acceptance into the program. Please list an e-mail address you check regularly, as we will use this to send you program updates.
Application deadline: Openings are still available. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Mail applications to:
Regional Resource Center on Deafness
Western Oregon University
Attn: Konnie Sayers, RWEC 139
345 N. Monmouth Ave.
Monmouth, Oregon 97361