Student Assessment Services / SAS / Educational and Psychological Training
(608) 265-2802 -- Main Office, or to obtain a referral form
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
*Appointments can be made M,W, Thurs: 3 - 7 pm.
Rm 316 Educational Sciences Bldg
1025 W Johnson St
Madison, WI 53706
Student Assessment Services (SAS) provides psychoeducational evaluation of college students who suspect they may have disabilities that interfere with their learning. Primary activities including: conducting intake interviews, administering and interpreting academic and intellectual assessment, report writing and consultation with students, faculty and the McBurney Disability Resource Center.
SAS is a service of the Educational and Psychological Training Center (EPTC), a student training facility in the School of Education. It's primary mission is to train students in the delivery of services to persons experiencing learning, behavioral, psychosocial or vocational difficulties.
To obtain a referral form, call the Program Assistant at the main office or email the clinician. The Program Assistant or clinician will send an initial referral form and schedule a time for an initial screening interview.