Admissions | Clinical Psychology PsyD

PsyD Admissions Process Calendar 2014-2015

The 2015 online application is now available!

Admissions Process Calendar 2014-2015

Dec. 16, 2014

Preferred application deadline date

Jan. 9, 2015

Application deadline (all materials must be in the office by this date to ensure complete review of application)

January and February 2015

Applicants notified of interview

Late February- Early March 2015

Applicant Interview Days

Mid- to Late March 2015

Applicants notified of admission

April 15, 2015

Deposit due to hold place in Fall 2015 class

PsyD Admissions Process Calendar 2013-2014

2013 Entering Class Statistics

Approximate number of students matriculating

57

Number of students applying

200

Age range of incoming students

19-48

Average undergraduate GPA

3.4

Average graduate GPA (if applicable)

3.8

Average GRE Verbal (200-800 Scale)

550

Average GRE Verbal (130-170 Scale)

156

Average GRE Quantitative (200-800 Scale)

630

Average GRE Quantitative (130-170 Scale)

150

Average GRE Analytic Writing

4.1

In-state students

31.5%

Out-of-state students

68.2%

International Students

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required for those for whom English is not the native language. Minimum score for paper test is 600; computer test, 250; internet test, 100.

If you attended a non-U.S. or non-Canadian college, university, or graduate school, a course-by-course evaluation of your international college and university transcripts is required. Several third-party organizations provide this service to international students, but we prefer WES (World Education Services). The credentials evaluation must be received in our Admissions office by the application deadline to ensure consideration of your application.

Transfer of Credits

Post-baccalaureate work at the graduate level in psychology taken at an accredited university may be evaluated for transfer. An "A" grade must have been achieved and the course instructor and the director of Academic Issues must determine that the content of the course (based on syllabus documentation) was appropriate through review of the Transfer of Credit Application. A maximum of 21 credits may be transferred from other schools provided these were earned after award of a bachelor's degree from an accredited program and within the four years immediately preceding admission to the school. Practicum and internship credits are not transferable.