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For Current Students

Template for theses and dissertations (via Faculty of Graduate Studies website).

A database of all of the forms required by the UWindsor Faculty of Graduate Studies (via Faculty of Graduate Studies website).

The graduate student manual and all of the information about the annual review process is available through the Clinical Neuropsychology page and on the Graduate Student Information page on the Blackboard website.

Many (but not all) students use Time2Track for keeping up with their clinical hours.

The Student Ombudspersons for 2019-20 is Jessica Hurtubise and Jeff McCarthy. The Student Ombudsperson is a psychology graduate student is available to discuss issues in a confidential manner, related to issues at the university or otherwise. The ombudsperson is independent of the university's administration, and can serve as a mediator or an advocate, or can simply provide resources or information, depending on what is requested by the student seeking help.

Graduate students are an important part of each departmental committee. For 2019-20, the CN representative for the Clinical Training Committee is Sanya Sagar and the student representatives for the CN area committee are Brette Lansue and Lynette Kivisto. The Clinical Training committee meets on the 1st and 5th Tuesdays of the month at 11:30 in CHS 265A. The CN area committee meeting is on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 11:30 in CHS 265.

Summary of the recommended course sequence and requirements for completing a PhD in Clinical Psychology in the Clinical Neuropsychology Track (.pdf format).