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Below are data regarding a recent cohort accepted into the UWL School Psychology program. Please see the "how to apply" page for information on the application process.


Archived data from 2008-2009, 2009-2010, & 2011-2012 cohorts combined

Based upon data from the current 1st and 2nd year cohorts:

Demographic profile

Age:

Mean: 22 Range: 21-26

Home State:

Wisconsin - 18, Minnesota - 6

 

Undergraduate Institution:

10 – UW-La Crosse, La Crosse, WI                 

2 – UW-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI

2 – UW-Madison, Madison, WI  

1 – UW-Whitewater, Whitewater, WI

1 – UW-River Falls, River Falls, WI

1 – St. Norbert College, DePere, WI

1 – Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee, WI

1 – Minnesota State University-Mankato, Mankato, MN

1 – University of Minnesota-Duluth, Duluth, MN

1 – University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

1 – University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN

1 – Winona State University, Winona, MN

1 – Loyola University, Chicago, IL

1 – Miami University, Oxford, OH

 

Undergraduate Major:

16 – Psychology                        

1 – Psychology &  Zoology

1 – Psychology & Environmental Studies

1 – Psychology & English

1 – Psychology & Spanish

1 – Psychology & Sociology

1 – Psychology w/ Human Services Concentration

1 – Community Health Education

1 – Neuroscience

Undergraduate Minor:

2 –  Interpersonal Communication                                   

1 – Program Options                         

1 – Sports Management                         

1 – At Risk Child and Youth Care

2 – Sociology

1 – French

1 – Spanish & Family Studies

1 – Child Development Family Studies

1 – Child Youth Care Emphasis & Sociology

1 – Child Youth Care & Inclusive Recreation

1 – Multidisciplinary

1 – Special Education

Academic information profile

GPA

  Overall GPA     Last 2 Years GPA    Psychology GPA   
Mean         3.54             3.67            3.58
Range      3.26-4.0          3.28-4.0        3.19-4.0

GRE

      Verbal    Quantitative         Total           
Mean        152           150       302
Range      146-162               141-160    293-320
Financial support profile

Percent of Students Received Support from:

  • Loans - 67%
  • Outside Work - 54%
  • Parents - 62%
  • Savings - 75%
  • Assistantship - 42%
  • Scholarship - 12%
  • Other - 4.3%