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Visitng MSPP

Visiting MSPP


Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (view map)
One Wells Avenue
Newton, MA 02459

There are a number of ways to learn more about MSPP. Potential applicants are encouraged to attend an Open House (normally held in the fall); visit MSPP and speak with an admissions official; sit in on a class; and/or chat with a faculty member, student or alumna/us. MSPP representatives are often available at professional and academic events throughout the country and other psychology related events. Additionally, MSPP offers a wide variety of Continuing Education and professional development programs, as well as the option to take courses on a non-matriculating basis.

Admissions OfficerVisit and speak with an admissions officer

The Admissions Office will be happy to schedule a meeting with you. Bring all your questions to us! Call us toll free at (888) 664-MSPP x1506 or x1507 or email us at to make an appointment.

Student AmbassadorSpeak with a Student

On this link you can find a list of MSPP Student Ambassadors who are available to discuss the rigors of every MSPP program, our special community, tradition of inclusion, the profession, career possibilities and respond to your individual questions from the student perspective. In addition to their contact information this list contains student ambassador profiles, their background and their specific interests within psychology.

ClassroomClassroom Observations

Call 617-327-6777 x1506 or x1507 or email the Admissions Office at two weeks in advance to select and request a class visit.


Speak with a Faculty Member

A number of faculty members are available to discuss our school with you. Contact the Admissions Office (call 617-327-6777 x1507 or x1506 or email to arrange a communication for you.

Non-matricTake a class as a non-matriculating student

Learn, participate and benefit from a class while you get to know us "from the inside." Find out more about becoming a non-matriculating student.

Updated 11/26/13

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