Submitting a Department of Psychology application is one of two steps an applicant must complete in order to be considered for admission into a Master of Psychology/(Counseling/School) program. In addition, the applicant must apply to and submit official transcripts and GRE scores to the Graduate College, Nigh University Center, room 404, as stated in the Graduate Catalog.
Please make sure you have done all of the following:
- Submit application/ Jackson College of Graduate Studies
- Submit on-line application/Coordinator Graduate Student Admissions/College of Education & Professional Studies
- Submit hard copies of the following information in a single large envelope. NOTE: The Graduate Student Admissions coordinator is not responsible for keeping track of documents that are mailed separately:
- Three letters of recommendation
- College transcripts
- GRE Scores
Please return this application to:
CEPS Coordinator Graduate Student Admissions and Student Success
College of Education & Professional Studies
University of Central Oklahoma
100 N. University Drive, Box 106
Edmond, OK 73034
By signing this application, you acknowledge that you have read the instructions above and understand your responsibility in ensuring that you have submitted an application and all required documents to both the Jackson College of Graduate Studies and the CEPS Coordinator Graduate Student Admissions.
An interview will be scheduled once all materials are received.
Graduate College Application
Submitting this application is only one of three steps an applicant must complete. In addition, the applicant must apply to the UCO Jackson College of Graduate Studies, Nigh University Center, Room 404.
Return all materials required by the Jackson College of Graduate Studies as stated in the College Catalog. The applicant must also meet the requirement for admission to the Master of Arts in Psychology as stated in the Graduate Catalog.
The graduate college application is available online here (this will open in a new tab or window).
If you have questions, contact Dr. Mary Sweet-Darter, Program Coordinator.