Counseling, School and Educational Psychology Current Student Resources

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Student Resources

Students in the Department of Counseling, School and Educational Psychology can check room availability for 404 Baldy Hall and 488 Baldy Hall using the calendars on this page.
Our department offers an undergraduate minor in counseling and a variety of doctoral and master's degree programs in psychology and counseling specialties. Our graduates become licensed psychologists, mental health counselors and certified school or rehabilitation counselors.
On this page you will find a list of resources that students before you have collected and utilized in their pursuit of their doctoral degree.
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Learn about and contact a faculty member within the department. Browse their profiles to learn about their research, publications and news features.
A collection of useful documents made available for download that are necessary for students to complete their graduate degrees.
Program handbooks have been developed to assist students throughout their academic experience. These handbooks do not constitute the whole of the University at Buffalo or the Graduate School of Education policies concerning students. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of and comply with all policies, procedures and deadlines.
All students enrolled in the Graduate School of Education are governed by school and university policies and procedures. Understanding these policies and procedures is crucial to your success as a student.
Graduate School of Education students have access to a variety of services throughout the university. The following list includes services most helpful to current students.