Who We Are
The University of Texas at Austin Psychological and Educational Assessment Center (PEAC) is a training center for the graduate programs in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology, and a resource for people who are seeking assessment for possible learning difficulties or conditions that may affect learning. We provide psychoeducational and psychological evaluations in a convenient on-campus service.
What We Do
UT PEAC provides psychoeducational and psychological assessments. Our comprehensive evaluation results in a written report, verbal feedback, and recommendations. This information can be used to determine appropriate accommodations for the educational setting. Evaluations are completed by current Educational Psychology graduate students under the supervision of a licensed psychologist and faculty member.
Common referral concerns include:
- Learning Difficulties
- Attention and Concentration Issues
- Psychological Disorders
Services & Assessments NOT provided by our clinic:
- Court-ordered, forensic, or custody evaluations
- Psychiatric evaluations (we cannot provide prescriptions at our clinic)
- Pre-surgical evaluations
- Walk-in services
- 24/7 access to care or Emergency services: If you are in need of immediate medical attention or believe that you are at risk of harming yourself or someone else, please call 911 immediately.
Eligibility for Services
The PEAC center primarily provides services for current or incoming UT Austin students. When available, assessments are provided to individuals from local and surrounding communities. Please see “What We Do” section above for a list of assessments and services we do and do not provide.