University of Rochester

There is a UCC professional on-call 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, for emergencies

UCC On-Call: (585) 275-3113

On Campus Security Emergency x13

Life Line: (585) 275-5151

On Campus Security Non-Emergency: 5-3333

Off-Campus Security: (585) 275-3333

Contact UCC

UCC Location & Hours

Appointments: (585) 275-3113

Fax Number: (585) 442-0815

Box 270356, 738 Library Road
UHS Building
Rochester, New York 14627

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University Counseling Center (UCC)

Qualifications of Candidates

Applications must be doctoral degree candidates in either clinical psychology or counseling psychology. All course work for the doctoral degree should be completed. Candidates must be from APA or CPA accredited doctoral programs.

Candidates from any of these programs are welcome to apply. One of the five positions is partially affiliated with the University of Rochester's clinical doctoral program. This relationship means simply that qualified applicants from the UR program are ranked above other candidates for just one of the positions; but qualified applicants from any program are considered and also ranked.

Some doctoral programs require their students to have additional training contracts and evaluations completed by their internship programs. The University of Rochester UCC internship does not enter into training contracts with academic training programs, and the UCC supervisors do not complete evaluations on interns developed by academic training programs. Our training program's evaluation procedures are extensive and comprehensive and copies of completed evaluations are provided to doctoral programs. If you are enrolled in an academic training program that requires such training contracts and evaluations, you are strongly encouraged to consult with your Director of Clinical Training as to whether or not you are eligible to apply to our program.

Doctoral Internship