Occupational Therapy Schools in the District of Columbia

Howard University

Department of Occupational Therapy 
Division of Allied Health Sciences 
516 Bryant Street, NW, Annex I, Room 369
Washington, DC 20059-0001

Program Director: Felecia Moore Banks, Ph.D., OTR/L
Status: Accreditation
Completion: Master’s degree
Avg. Class Size: N/A
Phone: (202) 806-7614
Fax: (202) 462-5248
Requirements: Determine student classification before proceeding to apply, complete online application, minimum 3.0 GPA, complete and submit admission application to the Office of Graduate
Recruitment and Admissions

Howard University was founded shortly after the Civil War in 1866. Members of The First Congregational Society of Washington considered establishing a theological seminary for the education of African American clergymen. Within a few weeks, it was decided it would become a university. From 2008 through 2010 Howard University was ranked 2nd for America’s Best Black Colleges and graduated such persons as the 1st African American Mayor of New York City Hon. David Dinkins and the first woman to cast a vote in the national election Ms. Mary Ann Shadd Cary.

Rich in heritage, ethnicity, and culture, Howard University offers students a prestige environment when receiving a higher education. The University Center includes an art gallery; a recreation center with 12 bowling lanes; meeting and conference rooms; dining facilities; a digital auditorium; a 1500-person
capacity ballroom; lounges; and student government and administrative offices.