After 44 years of teaching and learning. the Sanville Institute will be closing on December 31, 2018. We are no longer accepting applications, and we are pleased to refer prospective students to the Institute for Clinical Social Work.
Admission to matriculated status in the PhD program is open to qualified mental health professionals who have a master’s degree that makes them eligible for licensure to practice in their state of residence, have sufficient practice to sustain the clinical learning in the program, and have malpractice insurance.
The Sanville Institute admits each student on the basis of merit. The Institute does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, physical handicap, race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies or other school-administered programs.
The Institute has not entered into a transfer agreement with any other institution of higher learning nor do we grant credit for prior academic coursework or experiential learning to either PhD or Certificate Program students.
Language and Language Proficiency
A graduate level proficiency in English is required for admission to the program. No English language services, such as instruction in English as a Second Language (ESL), are provided. In the process of recruiting new students, it is our policy to clearly state that the program is conducted solely in English, including coursework and written papers. It is made clear that all documentation concerning the program is written in English, including enrollment agreements, disclosures, and all communications with students.If English is not the student’s primary language, and the student is unable to understand the terms and conditions of the enrollment agreement, the student shall have the right to obtain a clear explanation of the terms and conditions and all cancellation and refund policies in his or her primary language.