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Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Housing Location Type Offers Scholarships Offers CLA
Available for Undergraduate Urban No Yes
Degrees Offered Public/Private Institution Type Student Body
Master, Doctorate Private Doctorate-Granting University Co-educational

Yearly Costs / ELS Level

Living Expenses
Degree Tuition Fees Housing ** Meals OtherExpenses I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds) ELS
Master 112
Doctorate 112
*
 I-20/Visa costs include Tuition, Housing, Meals and all other fees in USD
**
Housing cost may include meals and other expenses to equal Living Expenses
 

Location

All of The Chicago School's campuses are located in large metropolitan communities-providing unmatched opportunities for clinical training, community service, field research, and professional networking. Depending upon one's academic interests, students can study at any of the following locations: Chicago, IL; Grayslake, IL; Los Angeles, CA; Irvine, CA; Westwood, CA.

Housing


The Chicago School does not have its own residential housing facilities, but does provide students basic information about housing options in the communities where their campuses are located and seeks to help students find roommates amongst other incoming students. See the Guide to Living in Chicago available on the TCS website at www.thechicagoschool.edu or the International Student Resource Guide available at http://ego.thechicagoschool.edu/internationaladmission.

Student life

The Chicago School boasts a vibrant campus community of more than 2,000 students, X faculty, and X staff members. About 3 percent of the student population is made up of international students representing over 20 different countries. International students studying at TCS receive support from the Office of International Programs and Services (OIPS) which provides administrative support, guidance and information on immigration status, employment, housing, health insurance, social security, income tax regulations, financial aid, cross-cultural adjustment, and personal concerns. Aside from the programming offered through OIPS and the International Student Organization, students can participate in campus life through the other various programs and events planned by The Chicago School Student Association (CSSA) and the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Studies. Students are also encouraged to participate in community outreach and service projects coordinated through the Office of Community Partnerships.