The National Association of School Psychologists is the primary professional organization that represents the field. Visit the following link to learn more about the organization and the field of school psychology.
National Association of School Psychologists

The Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) credential recognizes school psychologists who have met NASP's rigorous standards for graduate preparation. Our graduates are qualified for NCSP after meeting program requirements and graduating.
Nationally Certified School Psychologist Credential

The handbook is updated annually and covers a wide range of topics from policies and procedures to our curriculum to steps toward program completion.
School Psychology Doctoral Program Handbook

The internship manual is updated annually and addresses issues from application through completion of the internship experience. Information about required projects, hours, and documentation are included along with copies of forms needed during internship.
Internship Manual

The School Psychology Doctoral Program is currently housed in Armstrong Hall in the center of campus, conveniently located near the library and the student union. The psychology department office, classrooms, and faculty offices are on the first floor of Armstrong. The basement of Armstrong has facilities shared by the school psychology and clinical psychology graduate programs. This suite includes lounge space for students, conference rooms, and clinical rooms equipped with video-recording technology.