PsyD in Clinical Psychology Tuition and Financial Aid
Earning a doctor of psychology in clinical psychology at Pacific University is an investment in your future. We are here to help you plan a financing strategy for your education.
The Financial Aid Office determines eligibility for all federal loan and employment programs and provides resources for students interested in borrowing through private and alternative loan programs. The process of financing a graduate education can be challenging; the Financial Aid Office is committed to making the process as manageable as possible.
Review PsyD in clinical psychology tuition, program costs and financial aid below.
PsyD in Clinical Psychology Tuition 2023-2024
Tuition and fees are based on standard program enrollment.
Year 1 tuition and fees: $41,333/year
Year 2 tuition and fees: $41,333/year
Year 3 tuition and fees: $41,333/year
Year 4 tuition and fees: $41,333/year
Internship tuition and fees: $8,820/year
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To apply for financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is available annually beginning October 1. To explore and understand available financing options, we recommend that you file the FAFSA no later than February 15, prior to the start of the academic year. It is not necessary to be accepted for admission prior to submitting a FAFSA.
Federal Student Loan Programs
Federal student loan programs offer:
- Fixed interest rates, set annually by the federal government
- Income-driven repayment plans
- Loan forgiveness plans
Alternative loans are available through private lenders. Eligibility is generally based on a borrower’s employment history, credit score, debt-to-income ratio, and enrollment status. Students are encouraged to explore federal student loan options before applying for alternative student loans.
Learn more about federal student loans for graduate and professional programs.
Federal Work Study
Federal work study funds part-time jobs for students with financial need, as determined by the FAFSA. Earnings are paid directly to the student for hours worked. To qualify, students must submit the FAFSA by March 1 (prior to the start of the academic year) and indicate on the FAFSA that they want to be considered for federal work study.
PsyD Clinical Psychology Scholarship and Assistantship Opportunities
These are competitive multiple-year scholarships offered to selected students. Continuation of scholarships is contingent on full-time enrollment, and maintaining satisfactory standing in the program. Multi-year scholarships are awarded at the time of formal notification of admission. Information on how to apply is included in the application for admission.
A limited number of graduate assistantship positions are offered to outstanding applicants each year at the time of formal notification of admission. Students receiving a graduate assistantship assist one of our full-time faculty for approximately seven hours per week in a variety of roles.
Continuing students may apply for teaching assistantships.
Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program
If you are Native Hawaiian and interested in serving in medically underserved areas in Hawai'i after graduation, you might be interested in the Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program (NHHSP). This scholarship addresses access to health care by developing a Native Hawaiian health care workforce of professionals committed to serve the unique health needs of Hawaiian communities. The program recruits and nurtures professionals in-training for primary health care disciplines and specialties most needed to deliver quality, culturally competent health services to Native Hawaiians throughout the State of Hawai‘i. Please visit their website for details and deadlines as they are not affiliated with Pacific University.