PsyD Admission Requirements

  • Complete a bachelor's degree at an accredited institution with at least a 3.0 grade point average
  • Complete at least 18 semester hours in psychology. Recommended coursework may include the following:
    • Introductory Psychology
    • Psychological Statistics or Research Methods
    • Personality Theory
    • Human Development
    • Abnormal Psychology
    • Psychological Tests and Measurements
    • Social Psychology
  • GRE Scores (scores are to be submitted to PSYCAS)

Start Dates and Application Deadlines

Coursework begins once each year in August.

2020 applications will open in PSYCAS on September 12th.

  • November 15th - Early application deadline
  • December 15th - Final application deadline

Applications will be reviewed as received

Interview dates:

  • February 6, 2020
  • February 14, 2020

How to Apply

George Fox is participating in the Psychology Centralized Application Service (PSYCAS) in the 2020 application cycle. Applicants applying to our program will apply online using the PSYCAS application beginning on September 12th. To learn more about PSYCAS, please visit: .

Applications will open in PSYCAS September 12th

  • Send official transcripts directly to PSYCAS:
    PSYCAS Transcript Processing Center
    PO Box 9138
    Watertown, MA 02471
  • Please have your GRE scores sent directly to PSYCAS. Use George Fox University's designated  GRE code: 4632

Once Your Application is Complete

All application items must be submitted by the application deadline. The Admissions Committee will then review all completed files and selected applicants will be invited to an on-campus interview. Historically, Interview Days are scheduled in February. Following interviews, APA requires that we notify all students regarding their final admissions decision by April 1st.

Additional Information

  • If accepted, a $200 enrollment deposit is required.
  • Financial Aid: Many of the students in our program receive federal Stafford Loans to help finance their education. Contact us for additional financial resources that may be available to you.
  • Application materials become the property of George Fox University and cannot be returned to the student nor transferred to another institution.
  • Meeting minimum entrance requirements of a given program does not guarantee admission.
  • Admission may be granted to applicants who do not meet all admission requirements at the minimal level if other indicators suggest probable success in the program.

Contact Us

For questions about the admission process, please contact:

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Ty Sohlman
Admissions Counselor
Phone: 503-554-6122