Starting September 2, 2014, the Department of Psychology has gone to an online application process. Application materials are due by December 15 for the following fall academic year. Questions about the application process can be sent to the Psychology Graduate Training Secretary at .
In preparation for applying, the following material will need to be gathered:
How students are admitted?
Students are admitted by the psychology faculty. Many aspects of a student’s background are considered when admissions decisions are made including GRE scores, GPA, letters of reference, research and work experience, social and professional skills, and the extent to which the interests of the applicants match the program’s offerings and strengths.
What are the average GREs and average GPAs of students who are admitted the program?
We only require the verbal and quantitative sections of the GREs. Over the past 5 years, the average combined verbal and quantitative GRE score of admitted students was 1100. The average GPA of admitted students (on a 4 point scale) was 3.65.
Is the psychology GRE sub-test required for admission?
No. We require only the verbal and quantitative sections of the GRE.
Should I visit WMU while applying?
I f you would like to know more about the program and/or interact with faculty members prior to applying, then it is a good idea to visit WMU. However, it is not necessary. During the admissions process, we will contact you and invite you for an interview if you are being considered for admission. It is very important that you attend this interview, if you are invited.
When will I know if I have been accepted?
Letters notifying applicants of their status are sent by April 15.