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The mission of the College of Education's School Psychology program is to prepare knowledgeable, ethical and reflective school psychologists for leadership and service in diverse communities. On these pages you will find tools to help you during your development into such school psychologists. If you need anything else during your time in the program, please feel free to contact your advisor or the program office at (206) 296-5750 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School Psychology Student Handbook has been prepared to assist you in program planning and to respond to the many questions you may have concerning the program and your educational experience at Seattle University. Please supplement this material with the School Psychology Program Information and Course Information from the Graduate School Catalog, the Seattle University Student Handbook, and the College of Education’s Fair Process Policy and Procedures Manual.
Visit the Office of Student Development to find out more about the services available to you as a graduate student.
The School Psychers are a new and exciting organization for students and faculty in the school psychology program at Seattle University to work together to raise awareness about the field, support our community through volunteer opportunities, and provide a social network for all of SU's future school psychers. Find out moreBecome part of the community on Facebook here! [This link may not work with some internet browsers.]
What I Wish I Had Known... My First Quarter of Grad School (a cheat sheet for new students compiled by your classmates in the School Psych program!)
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