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Counseling Psych Expenses & Funding

Financial Information for Counseling Psychology Students

Counseling Psychology Ph.D. students at the University of Utah have access to a number of financial resources to assist them on their journey through the program, including research, teaching, and other graduate assistantships; paid field practica; scholarships and fellowships; and work opportunities. Many of our students also take out student loans.

Please follow the links below for information on expenses and funding opportunities:

Tuition Rates & Fees

University of Utah Financial Information

Funding Opportunities Through the Counseling Psychology Program

Pre-Imbursement Form

Student Travel Funds Request Form

College of Education/ Department of Educational Psychology Scholarships & Fellowships

Assistantship FAQ's

Additional College of Education Scholarship Information

University-Sponsored Fellowships & Scholarships

General Funding Information for University of Utah Graduate Students

Student Health Insurance

Counseling Psychology Information Sessions

These informational sessions will provide you with important information about our Ph.D. Program in Counseling Psychology. What professionals in these careers do, the job outlook, program requirements, admissions requirements, and the admissions process.

Salt Lake City meetings are held on the University of Utah campus, in the Sorenson Arts & Education Complex (SAEC) 3220. Please call the Educational Psychology Office at 801-581-7148 if you have questions. Campus Map

Upcoming SLC Info-Session Dates:

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Last Updated: 2/22/18