Information for Current Students
First-year students will find the required research and community service contracts and logs. The contracts are due at the beginning of the year, whereas the logs are due once the hours have been completed. Make sure you return these to Marillac SB36.
Third-year students use Time2Track to keep track of externship hours. The monthly totals (table and pie chart) are due to Marillac SB36 the first week after the end of the month for the previous month. They must be signed by the student and the supervisor. Hours do not count for forms that are not returned on time. Students are required to complete at least 750 hours on externship.
General Information for Students
School psychologists are eligible for loan forgiveness after working in a public school setting for ten years. Please see the information provided by NASP
All entering students receive a student handbook and should take the time to carefully read through them. Students are responsible for knowing all information and for following all the procedures contained in their respective handbook. Information such as course sequence, planning forms, program philosophies, program policies, evaluation forms, contracts, and much more can be found in the handbooks. Please note that each entering class has its own handbook
- St. John’s University Institutional Review Board (IRB)
- How to Apply for NY State School Psychologist Certification Online:
Send proof of the Violence Prevention, Mandated Reporter, and DASA training to the state after you register.
The program sends the School of Education a list of students who are eligible to graduate in May. (Eligible students have passed the comprehensive examination, passed the PRAXIS examination, and met their internship hours.) The School of Education then recommends these students to New York State for certification.
- Loan Forgiveness for Public School Employees Including School Psychologists
- Application for National Certification (NCSP)
- Full-Time Certification Forms
Master of Science Handbook
- MS Handbook for Class Entering in 2016-2017
- MS Handbook for Class Entering in 2015-2016
- MS Handbook for Class Entering in 2014-2015
- MS Handbook for Class Entering in 2013-2014
- MS Handbook for Class Entering in 2012-2013
- MS Handbook for Class Entering in 2011-2012
- MS Handbook for Class Entering in 2010-2011