Multicultural & Bilingual School Psychology Graduate Programs
The following programs were self-nominated as part of a NASP multicultural graduate program survey. They have demonstrated a commitment to diversity issues through the recruitment and retention of students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, multicultural curricular emphasis, faculty members involved in multicultural research and outreach, and participation in related research and training grants.
The information reported below was based on the information gathered on the self-report survey however, some information such as mission statement, grant funding, and faculty research interests were gathered via program websites. Information located on program websites is included in the program's description.
Thank you for your ongoing commitment to diversity and multicultural issues.
Specialist Level Programs
- Brigham Young University, NASP-Approved
- Brooklyn College-City University of New York*, NASP-Approved
- Gallaudet University*, NASP-Approved
- New Mexico State University, NASP-Approved
- Queens College-City University of New York*, NASP-Approved
- San Diego State University*, NASP-Approved
- Texas State University*, NASP-Approved
- Tufts University, NASP-Approved
- University of Arizona-Tucson
- University of Massachusetts-Boston, NASP-Approved
- Webster University
- Pennsylvania State University, NASP-Approved
- Texas A&M University, NASP-Approved
- University of Colorado Denver*
- University of Houston, NASP-Approved
Specialist and Doctoral Programs
- Fordham University - Lincoln Center*, NASP-Approved Doctoral Level
- Georgia State University, NASP-Approved Doctoral Level
- Lehigh University, NASP-Approved
- St. John's University*
- The Ohio State University, NASP-Approved
- University of Minnesota, NASP Approved
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NASP-Approved
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, NASP-Approved
* Programs with a bilingual specialization
This document is intended for informational purposes only, and does not imply a formal review or official designation by NASP as a multicultural or bilingual program. Prospective students are encouraged to obtain further information by visiting the training programs' websites and by contacting the programs directly.
Graduate Program Survey
Programs not included on the list that wish to self-nominate can complete NASP's Survey of School Psychology Graduate Programs. Nominations should be completed by full-time core faculty.
Programs desiring to add/change information associated with their listing, should contact the NASP office, phone (301) 657-0270, or e-mail Mary Beth Klotz.