Resources for Students
Guidelines for Requesting a Letter of Recommendation From Your Professor
Click here to download a pdf version of the guidelines
The Education Department offers courses that are designed to meet the interests and needs of students at a liberal arts college who are concerned with issues that comprise and challenge education as a discipline.
Navigate to Courses
See the Education section of the course catalog for a summary of regular course offerings from the Education Department.
For a look at who is teaching which class in what block during the academic year, check out our course grid.
For graduate courses offered during the summer, visit the Graduate Courses section of our website under Graduate Programs.
Helpful links for learning how to submit your thesis electronically:
Tutt Library Education Subject Guide
Lowe Memorial Fund
Provides 1 to 2 graduate students of the MAT program with funds ($500 each) for startup supplies and further professional development. Awarded based on need of assistance and proven abilities as a student / student teacher.
Crossey Endowed Fund
Enhance Education Department Programs to include, but not limited to:
Professional development especially by non-tenured and part-time teachers
- Collaborative development between faculty and students
One or more grants annually selected by a committee.
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