Thanks for the input. I was 88% sure that I would go with Capella's online program but now I'm not convinced. In North Carolina to become a psychological associate (also an aspiration of mine), it says that the education program "shall have an identifiable body of students in residence at the institution who are matriculated in that program for a degree..." I'm not sure if their required residential colloquia fits the bill. I will also have to write to my local DPI (department of public instruction) to make sure this program will allow me to work as a school psychologist in the school system. Anyone else with thoughts on this please share.