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School Psychology Program

Welcome! Thank you for taking an interest in the NASP-approved School Psychology program at Texas State. As one of the oldest school psychology programs in the state, we have a long history of preparing students to work with children and adolescents to enhance social, academic, and emotional competencies.
We currently accept students for entrance into the program each Fall. Information about the application process, including the application deadline, can be found through the Applying to the Program link below. Please also be sure to read our Program Overview and Frequently Asked Questions.

If you have any questions about our program, please feel free to email/call the program coordinator, Dr. Sue Hall, at sph46@txstate.edu or 512-245-2007.

Interested in learning more about what school psychologists do? The school psychologist role is explained on the NASP website.

Please click on any of the links below for more information about the School Psychology Program at Texas State University:

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The School Psychology program at Texas State gave me the tools I needed to enter the field with independence and confidence. The wide variety of courses coupled with the many opportunities to gain field experience make this program incredibly unique. I cannot thank the faculty and staff enough for the individualized opportunities I was provided to increase my knowledge and skills. This program is truly a one-of-a-kind experience” --K.T.