Applying for Graduate Study

Admission Eligibility

To be admitted with full status to the M.S. degree in Education and Education Specialist Degrees School Psychology program, you must:

  • Hold an appropriate bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
  • Have an overall grade point average of at least 3.0

Application Review Process

There are two steps to applying to the School Psychology program at UW-Stout. 

  1. An online application to the Graduate School
  2. An application to the School Psychology program

Follow the link below to begin the online graduate school application process. The application form and more detailed instructions for the program can also be accessed below. A review of all applications will be conducted by the program director and the program admissions committee. Selected candidates will be contacted to schedule an on-campus interview, after which admissions notifications will be made. Notifications typically occur during the month of March.

All application materials are due by January 10.

M.S./Ed.S Program


Some graduate assistantship funding is available at UW-Stout and positions are typically filled on an academic year basis.  Work responsibilities may include conducting research, helping in the counseling labs, overseeing use of career assessment resources, and/or monitoring the test library.  Admitted students interested in assistantship funding should complete the Application for Graduate Assistantship found on the Graduate Studies website.

Note: Students with graduate assistantship funding are expected to maintain satisfactory academic progress and credit registration limits are imposed.