To apply for Fall Semester entrance to the UWRF School Psychology Program, submit all application materials before January 15th.

Program Highlights 

  • Attend classes in two convenient locations: at our main campus in River Falls (just 30 minutes from downtown St. Paul, MN), and at our Hudson Center, in Hudson, Wisconsin (20 minutes from St. Paul).
  • Evening-based courses are convenient for a wide variety of students including students who work during the day.
  • Varied and diverse real world field experiences in urban, suburban, and rural schools. 
  • Numerous career opportunities (100% of UWRF program interns have secured positions since 2002). 
  • For more information or to apply for admission, prospective students are encouraged to explore the Future Students tab, above, or contact the program director, Dr. Scott Woitaszewskimail.

Prospective Student Open House

The next program Open House will be held on Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 (4:00 to 7:00) in the UWRF Walker D. Wyman Education Building, Room 119.document The Open House will include Q and A with the faculty and current students. Prospective applicants are highly encouraged to attend. Parking options include Pay Lot F and Pay Lot Qdocument. For additional details, contact Program Director, Dr. Scott Woitaszewskimail




Who are School Psychologists and what do they do? 

School psychologists support students' ability to learn and teachers' ability to teach. They apply expertise in mental health, learning, and behavior, to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. 

As a program fully accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)link, our program ensures graduates have strong skills in data-based decision making, school interventions, consultation, collaborative problem solving, and culturally responsive services.

Read more about the roles and goals of school psychologists herelink. 

Contact Us

Counseling Program
Dr. Mark Gillen, Department Chair, Program Coordinator
231 Wyman Education

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School Psychology Program
Dr.Scott Woitaszewski, program Coordinator
227 Wyman Education

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