OPEN THE DOOR TO A CHILD'S SUCCESS

Begin the next step of your journey in becoming an impactful social change agent throughout our diverse communities.

As a school psychologist you will be a vanguard in keeping our children safe, supporting students and teachers in meeting academic standards, helping students with disabilities and providing a nurturing space for all children who are experiencing difficulty in other parts of their lives.

In the rapidly changing world of K-12 education, the demand for school psychologists and the support they offer students and teachers has never been greater. That’s why Seattle University’s College of Education dedicates itself to educating and empowering the next generation of educational leaders. Our School Psychology program is designed specifically to support you amidst today’s great challenges in educational environments.

Program elements include:

  • Knowledgeable leadership and service
  • Ethical leadership and service
  • Reflective leadership and service
  • Leadership and service in diverse communities
  • Quality professional leadership and service

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Where Goals and Outcomes Make the Difference

Vision

School Psychology program graduates are knowledgeable, ethical, and reflective educational leaders who apply professionalism and stewardship for social justice. 

Mission

Consistent with the vision and mission of SU and the COE, the School Psychology program prepares school psychologists to collaborate with professional colleagues, families, and the larger community in order to serve and advocate for all students. The program develops school psychologists who embody and act upon their commitment to social justice, particularly among disenfranchised students and families. Program faculty model caring, a pursuit of knowledge, and commitment to justice so that our graduates shall enact these values in their own works

 
100%
GRADUATE PLACEMENT RATE
NASP
APPROVED SINCE 1998
12-1
STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO
 
– Maria Cruz-Pacini, alumna 2014

“The School Psychology program at Seattle University gave me the tools to effect systems-level change with a focus on social justice for the betterment of our children and their future.”

– Maria Cruz-Pacini, alumna 2014 School Psychologist, Northshore School District
 

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NATIONALLY ACCREDITED & RECOGNIZED BY NASP

In our recent accreditation, the National Association of School Psychologists noted how professional ethics are infused throughout our philosophy and content of our program. Learn More 

 

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Contact Us

Kaelen Frashure

Senior Program Administrative Assistant

(206) 296-5750

frashure@seattleu.edu

Ashli Tyre

Ashli D. Tyre, EdD, NCSP

SPSY Program Director

(206) 296-5776

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