Virtual Program Information
Below are some resources we've compiled to introduce you to the University of South Florida, the School Psychology Program, and to our award-winning faculty and student body.
Explore USF and the College of Education
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USF Tampa campus Virtual Tour
Explore USF’s Tampa campus online – anytime, anywhere! Led by student guides, our virtual tour offers you 360 degree panoramic views of our beautiful 1900-acre campus.
USF College of Education Virtual Tour | Tampa campus
Get a bird's eye view of the College of Education's main building on the USF Tampa campus! Home to more than 2,200 students and 130 faculty members, the College of Education is one of the original colleges established at the University of South Florida when it was founded in 1956.
USF School Psychology Program Overview
Watch this video to learn more about USF's School Psychology Program and what makes it one of top school psychology programs in the nation.
Student Testimonials Video | USF School Psychology Program
School Psychology Program Faculty Profiles
Get to know the faculty you'll learn from in USF's School Psychology Program. Our award-winning faculty hold expertise in a variety of areas and are recognized at the state, national, and international levels.
- Kathy Bradley-Klug
- Jose Castillo
- Evan Dart
- Stacy-Ann January
- Kahlila Lawrence
- Shannon Suldo
- Nathaniel von der Embse
Faculty Q&A Video Interviews
Visit the videos linked below to watch virtual Q&A sessions with our faculty, hosted by current students in the USF School Psychology Program.
School Psychology Program Faculty Research Summaries
Explore the current and future research projects of faculty in USF's School Psychology Program.
Graduate Student Information
USF Student Psychology Student Association (SPSA)
The purpose of the School Psychology Student Association (SPSA) is to represent University of South Florida school psychology graduate students as a unified body in order to discuss issues and concerns that affect students, both professionally and academically.
College of Education Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) is comprised of advanced graduate students who enrich the graduate student experience through fostering college-wide collaboration, promoting excellence in educational research, teaching and student advocacy. The GSC seeks to provide programs that will support you in your path toward obtaining your degree and advancing your career.