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For Current Students: How to Access Program and Personal Information

Program PsyD Program Information can be accessed on Google Drive. Academics contains the PsyD Program Handbook, Clinical Competence Examination Handbook, and the Psychological Assessment Requirement Handbook. PsyD Student Conduct contains Legal, Ethical, and Professional Requirements, Graduation Petition, and other forms. Clinical Training contains the Clinical Training Handbook, and Practicum Information and Forms. Clinical Dissertation contains Clinical Dissertation Handbook, forms and resources. Applied Scholarship Communities contains information on the ASCs. The materials contained are intended for Pepperdine student, faculty, and staff use; they are considered intellectual property and are not intended for public dissemination.

Individual Student Information can also be accessed on Google Drive. Access to individual student information is restricted to the individual student, PsyD Program administration and staff, and academic advisors (by request). The file is removed from Google Drive and retained by the PsyD Program Administrator following your graduation.

Accessing the Drive and Updates. Earlier in the year, you were sent an invitation that explained how to access the Drive. Program information will no longer be accessed through Sakai. The University, GSEP, and the PsyD Program reserve the right to change policies and procedures at any time. When seeking information about GSEP and program policies, it is advised to download the most recent versions of the Catalog and the program's handbooks (from Google Drive), and/or request electronic copies from the PsyD Program administrator. If you have any questions, comments, or recommendations concerning the program requirements, policies, and procedures, please contact your academic advisor, the Director of the PsyD Program, or PsyD Program Administrator.