Educational and Organizational Partnerships

Graduate Programs

William James College has signed affiliation agreements with the following colleges and universities.

For more detailed information about our affiliation agreements, please contact Dr. Stacey Lambert, Vice President of Academic Affairs at

ABA Graduate Training

Learn about our organizational and agency partners who support their employees in pursuing graduate training in Applied Behavior Analysis. We offer exclusive benefits to employees attending the ABA program from our partner organizations. Discover these exciting opportunities for advancing ABA careers.

Undergraduate Program

Transfer and Articulation Agreements

William James College is proud to have “Articulation Agreements” (otherwise known as Transfer Agreements) for our Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services.  While we welcome students from all colleges, we’d like to highlight our partners below.

We welcome students to the Bachelor of Science program with an Associates or the equivalent of 60 undergraduate credits.

If you attend or have graduated from one of our partner colleges, we will transfer in your college-level coursework and guarantee your admission if you have a GPA if 2.5 or higher. You will not have to worry about whether or not your credits will transfer to our college. We want to make it as easy as possible for potential students to apply and complete their undergraduate coursework with us and pursue a rewarding career in the mental health field.

We currently have articulation agreements with the following colleges. However, we are always looking to expand our outreach and provide this opportunity to additional colleges.

Middlesex Community College
Mount Wachusett Community College

If you are interested in a partnership with us, please contact Kerri Augusto , Director, Undergraduate Studies, at

Connect with Our Students

Our Student Ambassadors have volunteered to be a resource for you and answer all of your questions about our programs, graduate school, living in Boston, and more.

Connect with Students

Scholarship Opportunity for New Students

The Serving the Mental Health Needs of the Underserved Scholarship covers 2/3 of tuition costs. These scholarships are awarded to applicants who have demonstrated a history of, or professional interest in, working with underserved populations. Learn about application and eligibility requirements.

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