Department Information

Main Office

Room 880, Educational Sciences Building Department of Educational Psychology University of Wisconsin-Madison 1025 West Johnson Street Madison, WI 53706-1796 Hours: 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday Phone: 608-262-3432 Fax: 608-262-0843 Email:

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Offices & Facilities


  • Main Office: Room 880 Educational Sciences Building
  • Department Chair: Room 880B Educational Sciences
  • Department Administrator: Room 880C Educational Sciences
  • Administrative Staff: Rooms 852D, 880, 863D, 880E Educational Sciences
  • Graduate Admissions Coordinator: Room 852D Educational Sciences

Program Areas

  • Human Development Faculty: Floor 8 Educational Sciences Building
  • Human Development Teaching Assistants: Floor 8 Educational Sciences
  • Learning Sciences Faculty: Floor 10 Educational Sciences
  • Learning Sciences Teaching Assistants: Floors 8 & 10 Educational Sciences
  • Quantitative Methods Faculty: Floor 10 Educational Sciences
  • Quantitative Methods Teaching Assistants: Floor 10 Educational Sciences
  • School Psychology Faculty: Floor 3 Educational Sciences
  • School Psychology Teaching Assistants: Floor 3 Educational Sciences

Facility Locations

  • Classrooms: On floors 2, 3, and 10 Educational Sciences Building. Scheduling is administered by the Office of the Registrar Curricular Services Department.
  • Conference Rooms: Rooms 331, 852A, and 852B Educational Sciences. Scheduling is administered by the Main Office, Room 880. Used for classes, seminars, committee meetings, department meetings, and thesis/dissertation hearings.
  • Library: Room 880 Educational Sciences
  • Meeting Areas for all students: Rooms 863, 880 Educational Sciences
  • Meeting Area for School Psychology students: Room 316 Educational Sciences