Students, faculty, and alumni come together in small, regional, or virtual learning groups called clusters. Activities include formal academic seminars, guest presentations, discussions, and informal networking and socializing. Clusters provide an intensive, nurturing, and personal learning environment.
The nature of the cluster meetings and activities varies according to the needs of its members and students are encouraged to attend regularly.
Clinical Psychology doctoral program only:
Clusters are composed of a faculty member and all students from a geographic region. Clusters meet in person on a monthly basis. The schedule for each meeting is decided jointly by students and faculty and can consist of an invited speaker, academic discussions, case presentations, research projects, dissertation supervision and other activities that promote professional socialization. Regular cluster attendance is required early in the program as part of the residency requirement. To learn more about cluster locations and the program residency requirements contact admissions.
Clinical Psychology doctoral program CLUSTEr LOCATIONS only: