Student Association of School Psychology

UConn SASP Mission Statement:

The Student Association of School Psychology at the University of Connecticut‘s Neag School of Education (UConn SASP) is a student organization within the School Psychology Program that aims to maintain collaboration with the program, increase professional development activities, and promote social justice and equity. 



Graduate School Materials

The majority of documents and forms needed to progress to degree completion (master’s/sixth-year and doctoral) can be accessed directly on the Graduate School website. In addition, please reference the Graduate Catalog for school-wide policies and procedures.


Program Materials

The following documents are important resources for students as they progress through the program:

MA/6th-year Students:

MA/6th-year Timeline

PhD Students:

PhD Timeline

Area of Integrated Concentration Form

Guidelines for dissertation preparation and completion are set by the Educational Psychology Department and are available here.

Internship Material(s):

Pre-Internship Portfolio Manual

Internship Manual

Internship Portfolio Manual

EPSY 5491 School Psychology Internship (MA/6th Yr) Course Syllabus 

EPSY 6491 Doctoral Internship Course Syllabus 


Cohort-Specific Materials

Incoming Fall 2023 Cohort - School Psychology Program Handbook

Incoming Fall 2022 Cohort - School Psychology Program Handbook

Incoming Fall 2021 Cohort - School Psychology Program Handbook

Incoming Fall 2020 Cohort - School Psychology Program Handbook


Program GTA(s)

The School Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) help provide support to both students and faculty. They assist faculty with their courses and program tasks. Current students are welcome to consult with them regarding general program questions or to seek advice as the GTAs have advanced standing and/or prior school psychology experiences.



APA, NASP, and CASP Resources

NASP Practice Model

NASP Principles for Professional Ethics

APA Division 16: School Psychology

APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct

Connecticut Association of School Psychologists