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  Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 2017-2019 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information General Procedures  

General Procedures


Formal admission to the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology and payment of all charges to the cashier are prerequisites for registration. Once enrolled, students are expected to remain registered in every fall and spring semester thereafter until completing the programand earning the doctorate.

A student's registration is activated through the proper submission of a term bill, accompanied by payment, or through an appropriate claim of financial aid. Activation of registration does not occur if there are "holds" placed on a student's records because of failure to meet outstanding obligations.

 
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