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  • This site is a resource for students in the School Psychology program at the Morgridge College of Education. Please note there are several tabs at the side of the site. There is a tab for each degree program and each contains important information specific to your degree.

  • Canvas: Documenting Your Progress

  • The CFSP PhD Canvas site is where students will store all non-coursework-related documentation required for graduation and licensure. Please log in each quarter to review and submit assignments. 

  • Handbooks

  • Field Experiences Manual

  • SP Field Experiences Consolidated Manual

  • Resources

  • TLS Giving Fund: Graduate Student Professional Development Honorarium

    The TLS Graduate Student Professional Development Honorarium hopes to inspire graduate students to be lifelong learners who regularly engage in opportunities that promote professional growth. We are pleased to offer honoraria, on a competitive basis, for an amount of $250 to nurture a disposition toward continuous improvement that will carry TLS students forward into their post-graduate career.  The honorarium can be applied retroactively (1 year) or in support of future professional development.

    This funding is available thanks to the generosity of the TLS faculty and staff!  Please see below for more information.


  •  Here you will find: course schedules, calendars and deadlines, and information about graduation 

    Office of Graduate Education:

     Here you will find: contacts at OGE, important graduate student forms and resources (i.e. continuous enrollment, etc)

    Office of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence:

    Here you will find: student engagement information, academic resources, health and counseling center link


    SP Advisor & ASA Process Infographic (click to download)

  • When to Visit Your Advisor Infographic

    Click to download

  • Announcements and Notifications

  • Peak to Peak School Psychology Newsletter

    See more at 

  • Archived Bulletins

  • The DU bulletin is a comprehensive listing of acceptable coursework from your year of matriculation. This is the document used to review your graduation requirements.

    The Bulletin is the most accurate resource for completing your coursework plan.

    If you are substituting coursework (sub/waiver form link),  use the Bulletin that correlates with your Handbook year to confirm acceptable substitutions.

  • New Student Orientation

  • Tips for Success

    • Set your email signature to include your name, program and degree (example: Your Name, School Psychology EdS Student or School Psychology MA Student)
    • DU email is the primary mode for program communication. Please check this regularly. 
    • Ensure you are receiving emails via the listserv, as important communication from faculty and others come through here.
    • Purchase books, if you haven't already done so.
    • Familiarize yourself with the Program Handbook, Canvas, and Portfolio before classes begin.
    • When asking questions about courses, include full course name and the CRN.
    • Email is the best way to communicate with faculty and staff!
  • Want to Plan Ahead?

  • Graduation Requirements / Deadlines

  • Requirements and deadlines on the Office of Graduate Education website.

  • Important Contacts

  • Academic Services Associate:

    Financial Aid: 


    Department Chair: 

This portfolio last updated: 29-Jun-2023 3:40 PM