Application to the doctoral clinical psychology program is done through Marquette's Graduate School, which can be reached by phone at (414) 288-7137.
Applications must be submitted online: apply online.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the program directly, to inform us that you are applying, so that we can look for your application. Please send an e-mail to our administrative assistant, Trish Johnson.
Most of the information about the program, faculty research interests, application requirements, and financial aid opportunities may be found on our department webpage or the Graduate School webpage. If you are unable to find information that you need, please feel free to contact Trish Johnson, the program assistant, or Dr. Stephen Saunders, the Director of Clinical Training. In addition, applicants are strongly encouraged to contact individual faculty members with whom they would like to work to inform them that they will be applying and are interested in working with them. By doing so, applicants can ascertain whether a faculty member is accepting students for the coming year and may be able to engage in a discussion about mutual research interests.
The Clinical Psychology Program regards training in the breadth of psychology and its research foundations as the best preparation for graduate study in psychology. An undergraduate major in psychology is desirable but not required. Research experience is strongly recommended.
The GRE is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS), which is located in Princeton, NJ, and can be reached at (609) 771-7670.
The application deadline for the Clinical Psychology Program is December 1. Late applications will generally not be considered.
Applications are reviewed by the Graduate Committee and by all faculty with whom students are interested in working. Between 20-30 applicants will be invited to campus for an interview. (It is possible to do phone interviews if an applicant cannot come to campus.) Interviews are generally conducted in February. Applicants should hear whether they have been offered admission to the Program within a few weeks of interviewing.
The American Psychological Association publishes a comprehensive book about Graduate Study in Psychology, which is highly recommended.