Student Handbook (Revised August 2017) - pdf 
Summary of Revisions to Handbook, Fall 2014 - pdf

The web-based handbook below provides reference to policies prior to Fall 2014. 

I. UNIVERSITY POLICIES and REGULATIONS

All University polices on Academic Integrity can be found at: http://academicintegrity.rutgers.edu/
Policies on the University's Code of Student Conduct can be found at: http://studentconduct.rutgers.edu/

II. ETHICAL ISSUES

Guidelines for Students and Graduates
Student Records and Privacy
Student Therapy
Academic Integrity
Sexual Harassment or Intimidation
Student Guidelines for Private Employment by a Psychologist
Student Guidelines for Contractual Relationship with Faculty

III. REGISTRATION

Registration Process
Continuous Registration
Leave of Absence/Matriculation Continued
Independent Study
Late Registration
Bill Payment
Registration for Courses that are Often Over-Subscribed
Deregistration and Holds
Credit Hour Prefixes on Transcript
Minimum/Maximum Registration Credits
Auditing a Course
Withdrawal from All Courses
Alumni Registration for Course
Class Attendance
Religious Holidays
Cancellations due to Weather

Grading Process

Definitions and Goals
Remediation Policy
Policies on Incompletes
Departmental Evaluation of Students
Student/Faculty Adjudication of Academic Evaluation Problems
Other Student Grievances

Procedures for Warning, Probation, Suspension or Dismissal

Academics
Personal or Professional Behavior
Removal from Probation
Procedures for Suspension or Dismissal

Advising

Advisors

Mentors

Mentors

Licensing Requirements

Licensing Requirements

IV. GENERAL DEPARTMENTAL ACADEMIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

PsyD Requirements

Credit Hour Requirements
Time Limitation
Transfer of Credits
Transfer of Programs within GSAPP

PsyM Requirements

PsyM Requirements

Program Proposal

Description and Procedures
Waiver Process

Comprehensive Examination

Description
Format
Grading
Retakes
School Psychology Criteria for Conducting and Evaluating the Oral Specialty Comprehensive Exam
Purpose and Philosophy of the Clinical Oral Exam

Clinical Oral Exam

Procedures for the Clinical Oral Exam
Grading for the Clinical Oral Exam

V. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC

The Psychological Clinic
Evaluations and Grading
Requirements for Clinical Psychology Students
Requirement for School Psychology Students
Clinic Handbook
Confidentiality Client Matters
Student Fees for Testing Materials

VI. PRACTICUM REQUIREMENTS

General Information
Hourly Requirements
Registration, Evaluations and Grades
Restrictions on Practicum Hours

VII. PRACTICUM REQUIREMENTS

General Information
Policy for Clinical students
Policy for School students - full time
School Psychology Minimal Levels of Achievement for Internship 
Policy for School students - part-time
School Psychology Minimal Levels of Achievement for Internship 

VIII. DISSERTATION REQUIREMENTS

Policy Regarding Dissertation Credits or Matriculation Continued
To Start Thinking About the Dissertation
The PsyD Dissertation Committee
Approval of the Dissertation Proposal
Loan Deferment While Working on the Dissertation
Grading Policy for GSAPP Dissertation Work

IX. GRADUATION PROCEDURES

GSAPP Procedures
University Policies
Repayment of Outstanding Loans

X. LIFE AFTER GSAPP

Post Graduation Licensing Requirements

XI. FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Tuition and Fees
Term Bills
Partial Payment Plan
Payment of Bills
Registration Information
General Refund Policy
Residency Requirements
Financial Support

XII. UNIVERSITY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

Official Transcripts
Health Services
Libraries
Computer Facilities
Off-Campus Housing Services Website
Transportation and Parking Decals
ID Cards and Validation Decals
Disabled Student Services
Athletic Facilities
Theater and Music

XIII. LIVING DAY BY DAY

Mailboxes and Email
Colloquia
Website
Gazette
GSAPP Student Organizations
University Associations/Centers/Groups
Professional Organizations
University Safety and Security