Active SASP Chapters

Adelphi University

Ball State University

Baylor University

California State University-Monterey Bay

Central Michigan University

Duquesne University

East Carolina University

Florida State University

Fordham University

Georgia State University

Illinois State University

Indiana State University

Indiana University

Kent State University

Loyola University-Chicago

Michigan State University

Millersville University

New Mexico State University

North Carolina State University

Northeastern University

Northern Illinois University

Ohio State University

Pennsylvania State University

Rutgers University

Seattle University

Stephen F. Austin State University

Texas A & M University

Texas A & M University- Commerce

Texas Tech

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Tulane University

University of Arizona

University of Buffalo

University of California, Riverside

University of Conneticut

University of Detroit-Mercy

University of Florida

University of Houston

University of Kentucky

University of Maryland, College Park

University of Memphis

University of Minnesota

University of Missouri – Columbia

University of Nebraska Lincoln

University of Nevada – Las Vegas

University of Northern Colorado

University of Oregon

University of South Florida

University of Southern Maine

University of Tennessee

University of Texas at Austin

University of Wisconsin-Madison

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

University of Wisconsin-Stout

Utah State University

If you would like to have a SASP chapter at your university, you will need a student representative to serve as your school’s network representative and a faculty member to serve as a contact. Both a chapter membership application form and some additional information on getting your SASP chapter started are provided on this website. Also, NASP offers a great fact sheet on starting your own student organization.

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