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Washington, D.C. Campus Resources

Dear DC Campus Community,​

Welcome to the DC ​Campus Resource​s Section!

Heather_Sheets_PsyD_cropped.jpgI would like to personally welcome you to our campus community. We hope you find all the information you need related to campus events, guest speakers, and volunteer opportunities. The Academic Affairs and Student Affairs Offices plan co-curricular training in concert with thematic e​​​​​​vents and academic program goals and objectives. Consistently, our campus programming and partner agencies are grounded in our institutional mission and promotes our engaged professional model of education. We welcome student participation and student ideas. I invite you to reach out t​​o me regarding your academic journey here on the DC campus via Email and follow me on Twitter @TCSPP DC Dean as I promote our campus events and accomplishments.  We are extremely proud of all the academic programs on campus. I would also encourage you to take a moment to learn more about our current students' and alumni's accomplishments and experiences by viewing our Commencement video and the Student Accomplishments handout. The Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Washington, D.C. is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:

The American Psychological Association
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
750 First Street, NE
Washington, D.C. 20002-4242

My office is located on South campus and I am available to meet in person.

I look forward to seeing you around campus,
Dr. Sheets

 Student ID cards

​Student Identi​fication Cards

​Identification cards are issued automatically to an on-ground student. This card permits student access to the campus buildings and allows for the use of materials and services in the library. The identification card should be displayed at all times using a TCSPP-provided lanyard. Identification cards of a student who withdraws or who is dismissed from the institution will be deactivated.

Requests for information on identification cards, including how to provide a passport-ready head shot (jpg format) may be sent to ​

A student must report to Facilities all lost, stolen, damaged, or misplaced cards. A replacement fee applies to all reissued cards.

For questions, contact your campus Facilities team:

Washington, D.C. -​​

Life on Campus