School Psychology focuses on mental health issues facing children and adolescents and their families. The program's goal is to prepare doctoral-level school psychologists who will promote psychology as a science and contribute to the advancement of the profession.

The faculty endorses a scientist/practitioner model of training and expects students to become competent researchers and proficient practitioners. Graduates with degrees in school psychology find successful careers in schools, medical settings, mental health organizations, and private practice.


Interested in learning more about our program and the application process?
Attend our virtual information session! 

The Counseling Psychology, School Psychology, and Couples and Family Therapy programs
will host a joint information session on Friday, October 15th, 2021, at 11:00 am CST.

Please register online to attend this event.

New School Psychology Program

The College of Education is proud to announce that the new doctoral program in school psychology is admitting students. The program is currently not accredited by APA or NASP but will be seeking accreditation in the future. The previous school psychology program was continually accredited by APA from 1992 until September 2021. The previous program is now closed.

The School Psychology Program accepts applications once a year for Fall admission. The application deadline is December 1. Faculty review of application materials commence in January and interviews are scheduled by invitation in February.

Contact Ann Santos, PhD ( to learn more about the new program. Course requirements are pending.

There is a $60 application fee for students residing in the United States. There is a $100 application fee for international applicants. To begin the general graduate application process, set up an account with an existing email address and password here:

APPLICATION information

After you submit your application, we'll send you a HawkID and password to review the status of your application online using our MyUI



Program Coordinator of new School Psychology Program