Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees
Tuition (per credit): $930
General University Fee (per semester) $135
Parking Fee (per semester) $35
Technology Fee (per semester) $75
A limited amount of tuition reduction funding is available for full time students enrolled in the first two levels of the program. To qualify, students must contact the Student Financial Services office and apply for federally funded work study. While students do not have to accept an offer for work study, this process allows the Psy.D. Program do verify financial need. Students who qualify for work-study thus also qualify for consideration for the limited tuition reduction funding available. All pre-qualified applicants for tuition reduction then meet individually with the Program Director to discuss prior academic achievement and current financial circumstances, from which final decisions will be made.
Information about additional sources of financial aid and application forms may be obtained from the Director of Student Financial Services, La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA 19141, (215) 951- 1070.
Other Financial Aid Resources
APA’s Student Financial Aid Pages and Peterson’s Web Site contain information about how to finance your advanced degree, including loans, grants, employment on campus, and off-campus jobs.
Students who have completed graduate work in psychology or a closely related discipline, may have up to 18 credits of foundations course-work transferred. Courses that can be considered for transfer are: Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Personality and Individual Differences, Cognitive Psychology, Psychological Measurement and Statistical Analysis and Research Methodology. Credit may be awarded for previous course-work in these areas that meet the Program’s equivalency criteria with regard to course content and competency level. Students must submit written request for transfer prior to beginning class in level I and include syllabi and any other supporting documentation. Faculty will evaluate the syllabi/documentation submitted and will recommend transfer be offered if the previous course overlaps with the La Salle University course syllabus by 80%. Decisions in this regard will be made on a case-by-case basis.