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University of Connecticut Neag School of Education Department of Educational Psychology

School Psychology

Welcome and thank you for the interest in our program! We are excited to share information about our school psychology program, which offers both master of arts/sixth-year and doctor of philosophy options.

We encourage you to review the website in detail. If you have further specific questions thereafter, please feel free to contact the Program Coordinator. Another great resource for questions about what it is like to be a graduate student in our program is to contact our program assistants.

Please note that the school psychology programs admits students once per year beginning in the fall. Note that applications for admission beginning in the fall semester are due by December 1. Further information can be found in the section titled “Future Students”.


Upcoming Conferences Featuring Faculty and Student Presentations

National Association of School Psychologists (

  • February 18-21 in Washington, DC

Association for Positive Behavior Supports (

  • March 5-8 in Chicago, IL

Council on Exceptional Children (

  • April 9-12 in Philadelphia, PA

American Psychological Association (

  • August 7-10 in Washington, DC

Mental Health Awareness Check-in