The Colorado State University Health Network is an integrated mental health and medical service serving both undergraduate and graduate students within a large land-grant university. The training of clinically-competent, ethical, self-aware, and culturally sensitive psychologists is central to our mission. The training program is based on a practitioner-scholar model, which values learning both from direct experience and the scientific literature. A developmental focus is reflected in graduated training experiences and expectations. As trainees gain experience, expectations for more advanced professional skills, greater self-awareness, and autonomous functioning increase. In addition to individual and group supervision, interns participate in seven seminars (Diversity, Group, Supervision of Supervision, Outreach, Assessment, Research, and Professional Issues). All interns receive a solid base of training in individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, supervision skills, assessment, outreach and prevention, and diversity issues. Opportunities exist for interns to individualize their training with rotations with one of our specialty counseling teams: 1) training focused on treatment related to the use/abuse of alcohol and other drugs (DAY Programs), 2) training with our DBT-informed post-hospitalization program (iTEAM), 3) trauma rotation, 4) eating disorders rotation. Alternatively, interns may elect to work with an individual staff member in one of several specific areas of interest and expertise (possible Special Interest Areas include eating disorders, assessment, transgender students, group, and supervision). A fairly unique aspect of the internship is the close collaboration with medical, social work, and other professions afforded by this integrated site. Presenting issues of clients range from the expected developmental concerns of college-aged students to severe mental health diagnoses, including psychoses and personality disorders. Staff come from an array of theoretical orientations. Close working relationships have been developed with the various Student Diversity Programs and Services offices on campus, as well as with other university offices and departments.