Please be sure to read our FAQ about admissions. For questions about application materials or to determine whether your application is complete, please contact Elaine Webb via email or 512-245-3083. For more general questions about the program, please contact a faculty member.
Do you speak Spanish? If so, please consider applying for Project SUPERB, a $1.05 million grant-funded program to address the shortage of bilingual (Spanish-English) school psychologists. Students must be admitted to the School Psychology program to be considered for Project SUPERB fundng.
Fall Semester: Feb 15
Spring Semester: October 15
Note: All admissions materials should be mailed or uploaded to the Graduate College. Review of applications begins on deadline date; please have all materials submitted to Graduate College two weeks prior to deadline to ensure receipt.
3 Reference Letters: There is no standard form. Letters should be from faculty members and/or other individuals who can evaluate your potential for success in graduate school (the admission committee prefers letters from faculty and understand that applicants who have been out of school for some time may rely on letters from others).
Official Transcripts (copies are not accepted):
Documentation of undergraduate prerequisites;
Your Statement of Purpose will be evaluated for content, style, and quality.