Charleston, SC – April 2, 2012: Time2Track, the number one time-tracking solution for psychology graduate students and programs, has unveiled a new version, which is already garnering praise from Time2Track’s thousands of satisfied clients.

“I’ve used Time2Track for two years to manage my training hours, keep track of assessments I’ve used, and much more,” said Taniesh Amon, M.A., a clinical psychology doctoral student at Argosy University in Washington, D.C. “The new Time2Track is incredibly user-friendly, it makes it so easy to track my training hours. The improvements just make it more efficient,” he said. Taniesh also lauded the tracking tool’s alignment with the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) internship matching application.

Time2Track, which is the preferred time-tracking solution for hundreds of universities in North America, has included dozens of enhancements in its new version. Improvements include the ability to classify supervision activities by the supervisor level, an easy group creation function, customizable practicum locations, and a simple auto-complete assessment finder.

“These improvements were all generated by the requests of our users,” said Hal Campbell, CEO of Time2Track. “Thousands of users have tracked millions of hours using our system, and the new Time2Track will make it even easier and faster to enter those hours.”

Graduate students, interns, postgraduates and practicing professionals all use Time2Track to keep records of clinical experiences for practicum training, internship, licensure and more. To learn more about Time2Track, and to sign up for a free trial, visit

About Time2Track:

Time2Track has been dedicated to serving the needs of psychology graduate students since 2003. More than 19,000 doctoral and masters students representing over 350 graduate programs have used Time2Track and log over 17 million hours of clinical experiences for practicum training, internships and licensure. Time2Track’s easy-to-use time-tracking solutions have become the number one web-based tracking choice for psychology graduate students, and its unparalleled administrative functionality has also made it the preferred choice for hundreds of institutions in the United States and Canada.


Maggie Campbell
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