How to Apply
Barry Dauphin, Ph.D.
Director of Clinical Training
Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology
University of Detroit Mercy
248 Reno Hall
4001 W. McNichols
Detroit, MI 48221
To qualify for the Psychology Summer Enrichment Program, the applicant must be educationally and/or economically disadvantaged
Educationally Disadvantaged: an individual who comes from an environment that has inhibited him or her from obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities required to enroll in and graduate from a behavioral health professions graduate program.
For example, but not limited to:
- A person who is the first-generation college student.
- A person who has graduated from a high school with low ACT/SAT scores based upon most recent data available.
- A person who has graduated from a poorly-funded high school.
Economically Disadvantaged: an individual who comes from a family with an annual income at or below low-income thresholds according to family size (please refer to following chart.
|Low-Income Levels for 2012-Information from the Federal Register|
|Size of Applicant's Family||Income Level|
|1 (Applicant lives alone or is not financially dependent on another.)||$22,340|
To apply for the Psychology Summer Enrichment Program
- Complete application in its entirety, and mail it by the March 3, 2014 deadline. An incomplete application will not be considered.
- Send 3 letters of reference, 2012 income tax return and official transcripts (transcripts sent directly from your college/university's registrar's office) to:
Psychology Summer Enrichment Program