Master's Program

CRC Exam

Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification
The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) is the world's largest rehabilitation counseling organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with disabilities.

Since 1974, CRCC has set the standard for competent delivery of quality rehabilitation counseling services through its nationally accredited and internationally recognized Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) certification program.

The designation of Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) is an indication of an advanced level of specialized education and training, an adherence to rigid standards of ethical practice, and an ongoing commitment to lifelong learning. Rehabilitation counselors who have earned the CRC designation possess a marketable and valued credential that distinguishes them from other counseling professionals. CRC certification also establishes a recognizable point of differentiation with employers and clients that promotes consumer confidence and protection in the workplace.




How to Prepare: Suggested Review Guides:

Additional exam preparation readings, including journal articles, will be distributed in CRC optional review class. The review class is offered once a year, RCS 5905, as one credit Directed studies, register through CANVAS. The class meets a total of three times (days) from 10am-3pm.

Exam Dates/Application Deadlines

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How to Apply

Applications are online, you must print a student verification form and obtain signature. You scan and upload the signed form and submit it to CRC through the online portal.

When Can I Apply?

Students enrolled in Master's in Rehabilitation Counselor Education (RCE) program accredited by CORE or Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling (CLRC) program dually accredited by CORE and CACREP with 75% of coursework completed by February 1st for the March exam; by June 1st for the July exam; by September 1st for the October exam.
In addition: Completion of a rehabilitation counseling internship of 600 clock hours supervised by a CRC completed prior to graduation. Student must graduate within twelve (12) months of the CRC application date under which you applied.