This is a list of all scheduled Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) residencies except those scheduled for the PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) and the Blended Academic Year in Residence (BAYR).
PhD Programs include:
PhD Clinical Psychology (CLIN)
PhD Criminal Justice (CRJS)
PhD Developmental Psychology (DEVP)
PhD Education (EDUC)
PhD Forensic Psychology (FORP)
PhD Health Education and Promotion (HEP)
PhD Health Services (HLTH)
PhD Human & Social Services (HUMN)
PhD Industrial/Organizational Psychology (IOP)
PhD Management (MGMT)
PhD Nursing (NURS)
PhD Psychology (PSYC)
PhD Public Health (PUBH)
PhD Public Policy and Administration (PPA)
PhD Social Work (SWRK)
Register for and attend your first PhD residency face-to-face as soon as you begin your program.
Exception: International students register for a residency that is 3-4 months after your start date and immediately apply for your I-20. View the SEVIS/I-20 site for complete information about the requirement for travel to U.S. residencies.
View the Residency Timing table for information about when to complete the required and optional residencies for your PhD program.
You will receive a registration confirmation email within two business days after your registration is processed. After you receive your registration confirmation email, you can make your travel arrangements. If you do not receive a registration confirmation email within two business days of registering, please contact University Events at email@example.com to request a registration confirmation.
If your selected residency is waitlisted, contact your academic advisor and request to be placed on the waitlist.
Please note. The complete 2017 calendar of residency events is not yet final. Residency events taking place January through April 2017 are final. The international residency location(s) for select doctoral programs are still being scheduled. Please return to the calendar in late October for further updates to the international residency schedule as well as dates/locations currently listed as “to be determined”.