The School Psychology StudentAssociation

Reflective Practitioner
The School Psychology Student Association (SPSA) is a recognized student organization at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.  SPSA's goal is to help improve networking between the different graduate school psychology student classes, and also to enlighten undergraduate students on the roles and responsibilities of school psychologist in the education system. The SPSA also organizes fundraisers, social gatherings, and trainings that will help students feel connected in the program and further their knowledge on different topics in the field of school psychology. Meetings are held bi-weekly, where students get together to discuss current, relevant issues in the field.

     Executive Board Members:


President- Carrie Lawson

Vice-President- Darolyn Monroig

Secretary- Andrew Phillips

Treasurer- Lacy Groh

Communication Officers- Ashley Reeder and Katelyn McChesney

Web Designer: Trevour Schoeller

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Current Activities for 2015-2016 year

SPSA students volunteering at the Forgotten Child Fund