Admissions at CSPP
The Right Fit for Your Future
At the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) we are focused on finding the best students who are a good fit with our programs. We are looking for students who demonstrate the potential to function responsibly and effectively as practitioners and scholars, as reflected in academic ability, academic preparation in psychology and other personal and non-academic factors. If you feel we’re a good fit for your future plans, we urge you to consider applying to CSPP.
We’re Here to Help
Our admissions counselors are dedicated to providing comprehensive information about our programs, campuses, current students, faculty, alumni and support services. We are here to answer your questions and provide the tools you need to make an informed decision about applying to a CSPP program. Contact us anytime by calling toll-free at 866-U-ALLIANT (866-825-5426).
Your application process begins at the Apply Now page, where you can review Alliant’s Admissions Policies and Application Requirements, complete the online application form, and submit the supporting documents.
Please review the program-specific application requirements in the Apply to CSPP section before beginning the online application form, as they will guide you through information you will need to include in your application form, as well as supporting documents to upload after you complete the online form.
If you have any questions about admissions policies, application requirements or processes, please contact our admissions counselors. We are here to help and we look forward to hearing from you!
|“I felt confused about the process of admission before joining CSPP and was looking for answers. I found great support in their team, especially from Chelsiah Scouras, the Admissions Counselor. She clarified all my questions, and extensively went into explaining everything to me crystal clear. She welcomed any questions and even helped me move to Fresno by offering information and support in the process.”
– Fulviu Mihai Fodoreanu, Current Student