Tuition, Fees & Financial Assistance

For General Information

 Ph.D. Program in Psychology
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 West 59th Street, Room 10.65.34
New York, NY 10019

212.237.8252
psychandlaw@jjay.cuny.edu

For Application, Admission and Registration Information:

The Graduate Center
Office of Admissions, Room 7201
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Telephone: 212.817.7470
admissions@gc.cuny.edu

All students admitted to the Doctoral Programs in Psychology at John Jay College receive full tuition remission and a yearly stipend for five years. Students are eligible for health insurance for a nominal fee.

Please see the CUNY Graduate Center website for detailed information on tuition and fees. 

For information on fellowships and stipends, please see the CUNY Graduate Center website and click on Fellowship Recipients (Fellowship Packages tab). Students who have successfully completed one year in the Doctoral Program will be eligible to be hired as adjunct professors to teach in the Psychology Department at John Jay College. In some instances, research assistantships may be available for work with faculty holding research grants.

All policies and procedures governing application to any of CUNY's graduate programs apply to the Doctoral Program in Psychology.