PsyD Next Steps
Please plan to attend New Student Orientation before classes start. This is a required event. Additional information will be sent to your Cal Lutheran email as the date approaches. There is no need to RSVP.
All students are required to submit a Master Promissory Note prior to registration. You will be prompted to enter your MyCLU username and password.Submit your note
You will be enrolled in all required courses for your first semester by the program administrative assistant.
Graduate Program Specialist
Graduate School of Psychology
California Lutheran University
Coursework in the PsyD Program is planned for each student by semester. If you have previously completed Master’s level coursework, please note that petitions to transfer or waive courses are due by the end of Fall semester Year 1. The program allows students to transfer in up to 9 credits and waive an additional 15 credits of coursework.
Starting in your third year, the program plans for each student to enroll in one elective per semester (Fall and Spring in both Year 3 and Year 4). You will be able to enroll in these electives once you have planned your schedule with your advisor.
Make arrangements for tuition payment with the Student Accounts Office.
- You will be billed each term for registered courses and fees. Tuition is due at the beginning of each term.
- Arrange for full payment of tuition and fees, or sign up for a payment plan. (See payment options.)
How to view your bill:
- Log in to MyCLU
- Select the Web Advisor tab
- Go to Students
- Choose the Pre-bill option under Student Accounts
- Select your term
- Choose Graduate for Student Type
- Hit Submit
If you are receiving tuition reimbursement from your employer, you may delay payment for up to five weeks after the last day of the term. Apply for employer reimbursement »
If you have any questions, contact:
Student Accounts Office
60 West Olsen Road #1220
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Get your Student ID card at the Office of Campus Safety at the Thousand Oaks campus. This card is used for access to the Oxnard and Woodland Hills Centers, library, Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center, school activities, and off-campus discounts.
Parking is free. However, parking on the Thousand Oaks campus requires a permit.
Parking permits are good for one year. To obtain a permit, visit Campus Safety. You may also register online. For more information, contact 805-493-3208.