Graduate School Opportunities

When the Psychology Advising office receives information from graduate programs, we will post that information here.  A posting here does not constitute any endorsement of the program.  We are simply passing on information that we receive. Bear in mind that there are LOTS of graduate programs across the country and across the world.  We only receive specific notices from a few.  So, be sure to search out programs that might be of interest to you.  We have information about graduate psychology programs in the advising office (Tobin 501) or you can search for programs online.  We are also happy to talk with you in the advising office about how you might go about searching for graduate programs.

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University of Colorado Denver's PhD program in Clinical Health Psychology

VCPCP is a unified program offered jointly by three schools: Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk State University, and Old Dominion University. Our mission is to graduate clinical psychologists who are prepared to pursue research and clinical careers.

 Our program follows a scientist-practitioner model of training. Our faculty believes that extensive exposure to theory, research, and practice is essential in training clinical psychologists. Research training is an important part of our program. Selected students are paired with mentors and expected to be actively involved in research upon starting the program. Students often present their work at national conferences and are encouraged to participate in publication authorship, all under the supervision of their research mentors. Our faculty research interests are diverse, with recent projects including: primary care psychology, gender and race, multicultural psychology, personality assessment, health-risk behaviors, real-time assessment and intervention methods, family and child development, substance use, sexual minority stress and coping, cardiovascular behavioral medicine, chronic pain, sleep disorders, parenting, child development, and gender and relationships.


BU School of Medicine

Masters in Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine at BU School of Medicine. 

This program is designed for students who want to work directly with children, adolescents, adults, and families.  Students interested in learning about and utilizing interventions to treat depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and trauma would be a great fit for the program. 

This is a 2-year full-time program and students are eligible for licensure as clinical mental health providers. 

For detailed information about the MHCBM program please visit their website at


Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School 2 + 2 will be at Smith College for a 5 College Information Session on April 10th at 5:30 (Campus Center 205). They are particularly interested in STEM students.

Pizza and beverages will be provided!

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Northwestern University

Northwestern's psychology department is hosting a program on Friday, June 6th and Saturday, June 7th for undergraduates who are members of traditionally underrepresented groups (including first generation college students), and who are potentially interested in pursuing graduate study in psychology. Activities will include a workshop designed to help with the graduate school application process and opportunities to meet psychology department faculty members and graduate students to learn what graduate school is like and how they might fit into the graduate programs and laboratory groups at Northwestern. Travel and accommodation costs associated with participation will be covered, and the application process will be fast and free (applications are due by April 14th @ 5 pm).
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