All graduate students in Psychology must submit an annual report every year.
In 2019, Graduate students in all Areas other than Clinical must submit the Annual Progress Report form (PDF) by June 17. See the form for the instructions and additional deadlines.
Clinical students follow a different set of procedures for their annual reports. Please see the Clinical SharePoint site for relevant forms.
The Director of Clinical Training will inform Clinical students what the deadline is for completing and submitting these forms (typically early April).
Graduate research and supervision guide
Graduate students play a central role in the Department of Psychology—both in research and in teaching—and the Department is committed to providing all graduate students with an intellectually stimulating, flexible, inclusive, and supportive environment in which to pursue their work.
MA/MASc to Doctoral program application procedures
Current students completing a Psychology MA or MASc I/O program who wish to continue into a Psychology Doctoral program must submit an OUAC application.
- Transcript(s), GRE and ELP test scores will be automatically uploaded from their Master’s application.
- Students have a choice of submitting new references; however, if they wish to use their Master’s application references, they should list Cathy Spencer (email@example.com), Tammy Neal (firstname.lastname@example.org), and their supervisor as their 3 referees on the OUAC application. Please let your supervisor know that you are not requesting a new reference.
- Students are not required to submit a new Supplementary Information Form (SIF) and Letter – Personal Statement unless required by their supervisor.
Research travel assistantships
We strongly encourage Psychology graduate students to present their work at scientific conferences. The Graduate Studies Office and the Department of Psychology help defray the costs of attendance at conferences by graduate students presenting their research. There are forms to submit and important application deadlines. Please see the following link for details:
Remunerating research participants
There are fairly strict guidelines governing the remuneration of research participants. Please see the following link for details:
Other policies and procedures
In addition to the practices and guidelines established by the Department of Psychology, policies and procedures relevant to graduate student activities are set out by the Graduate Studies Office, the Office of Academic Integrity, the Office of Research, and the UW Secretariat. See the following links for further information:
Last updated: June 12, 2019