University of North Dakota Home
A to Z Index'Directory'Map
Mission Statement
The UND Psychological Services Center (PSC) provides a variety of psychological services to individuals and their families both in the UND and Greater Grand Forks communities.  We are also a teaching, training, and research center supported by the Department of Psychology and the University of North Dakota.


Our mission is to offer affordable, state-of-the-art, psychological care to everyone within our community base. To accomplish this, our mission is:

  • To provide supervised state-of-the-art therapies to a broad-based population, especially those who can not otherwise afford or access services within the community.

  • To provide supervised training experiences to allow students to gain experience with state-of-the-art, research proven therapies, as well as exposure to a broad community population.

  • To provide a clinical environment for research of psychological treatments, supporting the training programís adherence to the scientist-practitioner model.

Our clinic functions on a sliding-fee basis, with affordable service fees ranging from $5 to $75 for therapy hours, and $80 to $400 for assessments. Please see our fee schedule for further details.

Some specialty services are provided with funded contracts negotiated with private entities or individuals in advance of service provision (i.e., providing mental health consultation to Mayville State University Head Start Programs, providing court-referred services, and providing jail-based services).  


All services at the PSC are provided by Graduate Student Clinicians under supervision of a licensed psychologist in the State of North Dakota.


The UND Psychological Services Department does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, disability, religion, veteran status, or age.


210 Montgomery Hall

P.O. Box 7108

Grand Forks, North Dakota