Thank you for your interest in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at the University of Louisville. This page is intended to provide prospective students and other publics with program information and application instructions. Our department does not offer a terminal Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology.
The program accepts new students in the Fall Semester only. Our application deadline is December 1st.
How to Apply
Please visit our Application Instructions page before applying. This page includes important information on the application process, as well as required materials that MUST be submitted for your application to be considered complete.
Admission Requirements & Selection Averages
Typically, applicants who are admitted to our program possess the following minimum qualifications:
⦁ undergraduate degrees in Psychology
⦁ GPAs of 3.0 or higher
⦁ GRE subtest scores in the 60th percentile or higher
⦁ strong letters of recommendation
⦁ experience in a research lab
However, even very highly qualified applicants may not be offered admission due to their research interests not aligning with those of our faculty. The Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program is highly selective. The ratio of number of acceptances to the number of applications for our program is 1 in 27. The average credentials for the last seven classes are shown below.
⦁ Undergraduate GPA: 3.64
⦁ GRE Verbal: 152
⦁ GRE Quantitative: 153
⦁ GRE Analytical Writing: 4.65
Typically, all graduate students in the department are supported for four years of study. Sources of funding include fellowships, research assistantships, teaching assistantships, and clinical placements. All carry full tuition remission and health insurance. Graduate teaching assistantship stipends for 2016-2017 are $22,000/12 months. Fellowships ($22,000/12 months) are competitively awarded.
Faculty Accepting Applications for 2017-18
The following faculty WILL be accepting applications for the 2017-18 academic year: Cheri Levinson, Benjamin Mast, Tamara Newton, Paul Salmon, Sandra Sephton, and Barbara Stetson.
The following faculty WILL NOT be accepting applications for the 2017-18 academic year: Rich Lewine, Suzanne Meeks, Paul Rosen, and Janet Woodruff-Borden.
Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data
Click here for a record of the clinical program admissions data (pdf).