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    Columbia Teachers College - School Psychology PhD Interview

    Seems like you'll have some great options, whether it's Michigan State, or the other places you've been interviewed or waitlisted at!
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    Columbia Teachers College - School Psychology PhD Interview

    Nice! I'm wondering why they're waiting to give responses/denials to applicants aside from the 8 who were interviewed
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    Columbia Teachers College - School Psychology PhD Interview

    spoke on the phone with the admissions office today, and was told that applicants should hear back in the next couple of weeks
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    Columbia Teachers College - School Psychology PhD Interview

    Thanks, that's reassuring! I was also wondering if anyone has any info about / personal experience with the funding from TC? How much of the tuition is exempt, and how is the stipend (if any was provided)? From what I understand, a lot of this varies between department and degree (masters vs phd) but I'm just curious if anyone has info about this?
  5. So I applied to Columbia Teacher's College School Psychology PhD program in November, and I was wondering if competitive applicants are contacted for interviews? I applied in November and have not heard a word yet. I think that the interview process varies per department (not all programs require an interview at TC), so I was wondering if anyone had any experience specifically with the school psychology program. Also, there's a chance that I may have seriously fucked up... I remember submitting a Resume but not a CV (I don't think that Teachers College required a CV, which I found surprising, but I could have possibly overlooked or misunderstood that in the application). Did other people applying to TC submit a CV? anyone remember if it was required? I may have f*cked up, but there's always next year (I only applied to two programs lol) although a gap year or two between grad and undergrad wouldn't be the worst.
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