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Student Affiliates in School Psychology at Indiana University

What is SASP?

The Student Affiliates in School Psychology (SASP) is a national graduate student organization formed under the auspices of the APA Division 16 Executive Committee. All current and incoming students are members of SASP, which not only builds community within the program, but encourages us to engage with members of other SASP organizations nationwide. Here at IU, our SASP organization keeps students involved in the functions of the program, builds a sense of community among students through social and service events, enhances our awareness of the field, welcomes new students and provides professional development opportunities to current members. SASP also acts as a liaison between the students and the faculty to facilitate open communication and feedback about the program. 

Who are we?

We are made up of students pursuing Ed.S. and Ph.D. degrees who are committed to getting the most out of the short time we are in training. IU SASP is led by graduate students at all points in the training journey from First Years to Advanced Doctoral Students. While faculty members are not members of SASP, they are involved in supporting SASP as an organization, and participate in social and community events to build strong personal and professional relationships with the students. Information about the IU School Psychology Program can be found here.

More about SASP:

APA Divison 16 Website

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