Samuel J. Maddox, Ph.D.
College of Arts and Sciences
Nichelle Jackson-Gause, Ph.D.
College of Arts & Sciences
(678) 466-4899 (fax)
Dear Prospective Psychology Graduate Student:
Thank you for your interest in the Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling Psychology degree program at Clayton State University. As a potential graduate student we urge you to explore our graduate studies website, in addition to the academic and community events we offer on the Clayton State University campus. Should you have any additional questions or concerns please feel free to contact the Graduate Director, J. Celeste Walley-Jean, Ph.D. at (678) 466-4837 or email@example.com.
Completed applications that are received by the preferred deadline will be given priority review. Those applications received after the final deadline will be reviewed if space remains or recorded for the next available term
Provisional Admission: An applicant who has met the required GRE/GPA requirements yet is missing no more than two (2) required courses may be considered for provisional admission. In order to receive full admission, the applicant would be required to complete the missing required courses with a C or better by a specified deadline that is prior to the start of the academic semester. Applicants who are admitted provisionally will have no more than one academic year to remediate deficiencies. After one year, applicants will be required to reapply and repeat the full admissions process. Once courses are successfully completed the applicant will begin the program with the incoming cohort. Additionally, applicants who are being considered for provisional admittance will be required to undergo the interview process and informed of the consideration of provisional admittance when they are invited for interview.