Department of Psychology

Clinical/Community Mental Health Program by the Numbers

  • Number of applicants for Fall 2016: 31
  • Number admitted for Fall 2016: 7
  • Number accepting offer of admission Fall 2016: 7
  • Number enrolled for Fall 2016: 17
  • Number graduating in May 2017: 5 (100% of cohort)
  • Number of graduates licensed (LPC/LCPC), among graduates of 2015-16: 5
  • Number of graduates with provisional licenses: 4
    Note: Some graduates work in jobs not requiring licensure; others are continuing to accrue required post-graduation experience
  • Percentage of graduates pursuing licensure who were successful: 100%
  • Number of Full-Time/Part-Time/Adjunct Core Clinical Faculty, Race, Gender: 4 FT, 0 PT, 0 Adjunct (4 Caucasian; 3 Female Faculty; 1 Male Faculty)
  • Number of Full-Time/Part-Time/Adjunct Graduate Faculty, Race, Gender: 26 FT, 0 PT, 0 Adjunct (25 Caucasian, 1 Asian American; 13 Female Faculty; 13 Male Faculty)

Employment Settings for Clinical/Community Mental Health Graduates (past 10 years)

  • Community Mental Health Center: 24%
  • Hospital/Medical Center: 14%
  • Correctional Facility: 14%
  • College/University: 13%
  • Residential Treatment Facility: 7%
  • Group Practice: 7%
  • Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence Treatment Center: 6%
  • Substance Abuse Treatment Facility: 3%
  • International Research Center: 3%
  • Other Non-profit Treatment Center: 3%
  • Other: 6%

Overall, 93% of recent Clinical/Community Mental Health alumni are employed full time in clinical service settings in positions appropriate to their training and/or have pursued their doctoral degree following graduation.