This handbook provides key information on the School Psychology Program, degree requirements, and program resources. This handbook is updated annually. Students within the program are held to the requirements set forth in the Handbook under which they started the program, as well as the policies and requirements specified in the Education Psychology Student Handbook.
Each student is assigned an advisor upon admission to the program based on their track and, in the case of PhD students, identified interests relative to faculty fit and availability. All PhD students are advised by one of the tenure-track core school psychology faculty which allows students to benefit from professors’ research expertise as students design, conduct, and disseminate research. An advisor is the primary contact between the students and the program. The advisor, the DGS, and the DGS Administrative Assistant monitor student progress toward degree completion.Review the Advising section of the School Psychology Handbook.
The School Psychology Student Association (SPSA) is a formal student group that was organized during the 1992-93 school year to promote student involvement in the program and in the field of school psychology. The group emphasizes professional development in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. SPSA has a social committee which organizes and sponsors social events for faculty and students each semester. All students in the program are invited to join SPSA.
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