Virginia Psychology Schools and Programs

Explore 40 Virginia psychology schools offering accredited bachelor's, master's and graduate (PhD and PsyD) degree programs in clinical, developmental, counseling, cognitive and industrial-organizational psychology. Psychology programs are offered by schools located in Arlington, Danville, Fairfax, Bridgewater, Lynchburg, Norfolk, Salem, Virginia Beach and several other cities throughout the state.

Argosy University – Arlington, VA
Averett University – Danville, VA
Bluefield College – Bluefield, VA
Bridgewater College – Bridgewater, VA
Christopher Newport University – Newport News, VA
Eastern Mennonite University – Harrisonburg, VA
Emory & Henry College – Emory, VA
Ferrum College – Ferrum, VA
George Mason University – Fairfax, VA
Hampden-Sydney College – Hampden-Sydney, VA
Hampton University – Hampton, VA
Hollins University – Roanoke, VA
Institute for the Psychological Sciences – Arlington, VA
James Madison University – Harrisonburg, VA
Liberty University – Lynchburg, VA
Longwood University – Farmville, VA
Lynchburg College – Lynchburg, VA
Mary Baldwin College – Staunton, VA
Marymount University – Arlington, VA
Norfolk State University – Norfolk, VA
Old Dominion University – Norfolk, VA
Radford University – Radford, VA
Randolph College – Lynchburg, VA
Randolph-Macon College – Ashland, VA
Regent University – Virginia Beach, VA
Roanoke College – Salem, VA
Shenandoah University – Winchester, VA
Sweet Briar College – Sweet Briar, VA
The College of William and Mary – Williamsburg, VA
University of Mary Washington – Fredericksburg, VA
University of Richmond – Richmond, VA
University of Virginia – Charlottesville, VA
Virginia Commonwealth University – Richmond, VA
Virginia Military Institute – Lexington, VA
Virginia State University – Petersburg, VA
Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, VA
Virginia Union University – Richmond, VA
Virginia Wesleyan College – Norfolk, VA
Washington and Lee University – Lexington, VA

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