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Professional Development

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Student organizations on both the national and state level provide our students with a range of professional opportunities.

For licensing and certification, students can visit Licensed Psychological Associate.

Educational Resources

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Students are encouraged to take advantage of the Writing Center and use the most current 6th edition of the APA format. Below are a few guides that can help students in the writing process:

Students who are interested in learning more about psychological testing, should visit the following sites for more insight:

Academic Appeals Procedure

Appeals must be initiated within one calendar month after grades are posted. Appeals must follow the order listed below. 

  1. A student who wishes to appeal a decision of a faculty member should ask for a review by that person within 60 days of the originating event. The person is expected to give the student a response within 30 days. If the person is unavailable or a response is not issued within 30 days, and/or if the student is unsatisfied with the response then the student should inform the department head of the appeal. 
  2. A student wishing to appeal a decision must appeal directly to the department head within 120 days of the originating event. Any appeals to the department head must be in writing to be reviewed. 
  3. A student who is unsatisfied with the outcome of the departmental appeal may appeal to the dean of the College of Education. This must be within 30 days of the notification of the departmental decision. The dean will review the appeal and render a decision. 
  4. A student unsatisfied with the decision of the dean, may appeal in writing to the Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs within 30 days of notification of the decision of the college. The Vice President for Academic Affairs may decide that no further review is justified, may render a decision upon review or may appoint a five-member committee to consider the appeal. The committee will consist of a faculty member from outside the involved department as chair, two other faculty members and two student members. After hearing both sides of the grievance, the committee shall render an opinion to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, who shall render the final judgment.