School Psychology

School Psychology

School Psychology 03262012 kmh 8Interested in becoming a School Psychologist? 

  • Attend one of our upcoming virtual Prospective Student Open House events. Options include Wednesday, November 30th, 2022 (5:30 to 6:30PM) or Tuesday, December 13, 2022 (6:00 to 7:00PM). Current program students and a program faculty member will be present. Attendees are encouraged to join at the beginning of session for a brief program overview and stick around for Q and A. To request a Zoom link for a virtual open house, send an email to the program director, Dr. Scott Woitaszewski
  • Ready to apply? The application process is outlined here. Questions may be directed to the Program Director.

What do school psychologists do? 

  • School psychologists evaluate student and classroom needs and develop systematic interventions when needed.
  • School psychologists work with young people, teachers, school administrators, families, and others to ensure that every child learns in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Learn more about what school psychologists do.

School Psychology Program Students & Alumni

  • Brook Soupenne Alum
  • Katherine Hird4
  • Louis Johnson
  • Pa Lee3
  • Ashley Challes2
  • Morgan Hinton3

Program Highlights

  • Outstanding job security. 100% of program interns have immediately secured school psychologist positions since 2002.
  • Easy access to and from the Twin Cities and many parts of western Wisconsin. The main campus in River Falls is a short 30-minute drive from St. Paul, MN.
  • Evening-based courses provide flexibility and an opportunity to maintain daytime employment if desired. 
  • Current students and new graduates benefit from our network of hundreds of school psychology program alumni populating western Wisconsin, the Twin Cities area, and many other states/regions.
  • The UWRF School Psychology Program is fully accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
  • Updated and relevant coursework. See the program's Complete Course Sequence Here. 

Contact Us

School Psychology
227 Wyman Education Building