We are proud to be nationally recognized for our excellence in education, research/scholarship, and public service. Thanks to our human capital, GSAPP is a leader in its preparation of qualified and competent direct-service psychologists who integrate scientific knowledge with innovation in the delivery of psychological services to individuals, families, groups and organizations.
In order to maintain and enhance our position as one of the preeminent professional schools of psychology, we must be in a position to recruit the best and brightest doctoral students to our programs, retain outstanding faculty, and increase program support across the school. Your contributions to our alumni scholarship and academic excellence funds will help us achieve our mission.
The Alumni Scholarship Fund helps GSAPP attract an entering candidate in school or clinical psychology who has an outstanding record of accomplishment. The scholarship is not yet fully endowed.
The Academic Excellence Fund (Dean's Fund) helps to support special educational opportunities for GSAPP students such as the colloquium series, conference presentations by students, attendance at the Multicultural Roundtable at Columbia and the Human Sexuality course at the RWJ Medical School as well as short-term student loans.
The Psychological Clinic is the training unit for doctoral-level students in GSAPP and in the clinical Ph.D. program. It provides a full complement of outpatient services to the Rutgers University community, surrounding communities, and human service agencies including: Tourettes; Addiction Counseling; Youth Anxiety & Depression; and Group Therapy.
The Adult Anxiety Disorders Clinic is a treatment, training, and research center that offers programs in Veterans Services, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Obsessive-compulsive Disorder (OCD).
The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center serves people with autism and their families. The center provides services to hundreds of families each year throughout New Jersey and the United States, as well as training opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, special education and related majors.
Many thanks for your continued support. Please feel free to share your comments with us.
To find out about different ways to give to GSAPP contact:
Mary T. Chrow,
Director of Development,
732-445-2000 ext 118.