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College of Psychology
3301 College Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314

Undergraduate Admissions
(954) 262-8000
800-338-4723
admissions@nova.edu

Graduate Admissions
(954) 262-7563
800-541-6682 ext. 27563
gradschool@nova.edu

Clinics
(954) 262-5730
(954) NSU-CARE (678-2273)

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Application Checklist & Deadlines

Please use the check list below in order to ensure that you have sent in all documents to complete your admissions file.

  1. Complete online application form.
  2. Application fee of $50 (in U.S. dollars) made payable to Nova Southeastern University. Once the application is completed and the application processing fee has been received by NSU, students will be able to upload supplemental documents to Supplemental Documents on their user profile.
  3. Two academic or professional letters of recommendation. Once the application processing fee has been received, students will be able to put in Recommender's Email Addresses. They will receive an email with a link to the student's application, where the recommender will fill out the form electronically and upload the recommendation letter.
  4. Official transcripts from all colleges or universities you attended need to be mailed directly to Enrollment Processing Services (EPS), including agency evaluation of foreign degrees for determination of U.S. equivalence (including Canadian transcripts). International Students should visit http://www.nova.edu/internationalstudents/ for further information.*
  5. Statement of Professional Goals: Describe how your school counseling, academic, and personal experiences led you to apply to this program. Include your full name on the essay. The personal statement helps us get to know you beyond the objective data provided in review of your courses, grades and other objective information. It also demonstrates your ability to communicate your thoughts in a professional, organized and succinct manner.
  6. International Student applicants should submit English proficiency scores, if applicable. International Students should visit http://www.nova.edu/internationalstudents/prospective/i20.html for further information.*
  7. Non-degree seeking student criteria.
  8. A copy of your teaching certificate, by completing and submitting the form. Applicants may request a waiver for this requirement by contacting the Office of Graduate Admissions.
Please mail transcripts to:
Nova Southeastern University
Enrollment Processing Services
Attn: College of Psychology
3301 College Avenue P.O. Box 299000
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33329-9905
For International Students:
Nova Southeastern University
Attn: Enrollment Processing Services
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33329-9905

Official electronic transcripts must be sent to electronictranscript@nova.edu
NOTE: EXTERNAL INSTITUTIONS ONLY.

If you have any questions about the admissions process, call (954) 262-7563 / (800) 541-6682, 27563 (a-s-k-m-e), or email to gradschool@nova.edu.

International Students are encouraged to contact the Office of International Students Services at (954) 262-7240 or (800) 541-6682, ext. 27240 or by email at intl@nsu.nova.edu.

Application Deadline and Site Information

How to Apply

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Starts Deadline Date
August (Fall) July 7 (Late applications will be considered on seat availability)
January (Winter) December 1
Starts Deadline Date
August (Fall) July 7 (Late applications will be considered on seat availability)
October (Fall II) September 15
January (Winter) December 1
Starts Deadline Date
August (Fall) July 7 (Late applications will be considered on seat availability)
October (Fall II) September 10
January (Winter) December 1
Starts Deadline Date
August (Fall) July 7 (Late applications will be considered on seat availability)
October (Fall II) September 15
January (Winter) December 1
Starts Deadline Date
March (Winter II) January 15
August (Fall)

July 7
Late applications will be considered on seat availability.

October (Fall 2) September 10
Starts Deadline Date
August (Fall) July 7 (Late applications will be considered on seat availability)
October (Fall II) September 10
January (Winter) December 1