No Minimum GRE for Admission to graduate programs in Counseling Psychology - Updated 2021
Marsico Institute for Early Learning and Literacy
Full-time enrollment status in a graduate program is achieved by taking a minimum of 8 credit hours per quarter.
The admissions committee will consider their transcript, letters of recommendation, statement of goals, GRE scores, and prior experience, including volunteer work in the field or any training in counseling.
There is not a minimum GPA requirement. The university review all applicants comprehensively, and while GPA is an important factor in the decision-making process, their personal statement, previous experiences , letters of recommendation, GRE scores, and general fit for the program are also important factors that are considered.
Not all programs require a GRE score. In most programs, GRE scores are not the deciding factor for admittance; they are only one of many criteria used for admissions evaluation.
There is not a minimum GRE score requirement. The university review all applicants comprehensively, so their GRE scores are one factor of many that are considered in the application process.
Regardless of the requirement to submit GRE scores, all international applicants/non-native English speakers are required to submit an official, valid TOEFL score.
Not all programs require GRE scores.
If applicant are accepted into the PhD Counseling Psychology program, their acceptance letter will include a multiple year tuition package.
Financial Aid requires students to be enrolled in a minimum of 4 quarter credit hours in a term.