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For questions regarding Undergraduate Programs call 215-437-2219.
For questions regarding Graduate Programs call 267-341-3327.
The School of Education Office–Students should schedule an appointment with an advisor prior to each registration. Day and evening appointments are available at both the Northeast Philadelphia Campus and the Newtown facility. For program information or materials or to make an advising appointment, students may visit the School of Education Office in Northeast Philadelphia in ETC 445, or call 267-341-3246. The office is open from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm Monday through Thursday and from 8:30 am to 4 pm on Friday.
Education Connections/PSEA–Students are invited to join the local chapter of the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA). PSEA sponsors social events, fundraising activities, and service to local schools. In addition, PSEA sponsors scholarships, grants for community service, professional development mini-courses, and regular publications for its members. PSEA members are usually provided with liability coverage while engaged in student teaching or any field experience associated with their educational programs. For more information on PSEA membership, contact the faculty facilitator or a PSEA officer.
Kappa Delta Pi–Eligible graduate students are invited to apply for membership into the Upsilon Omicron chapter of Kappa Delta Pi. Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education that recognizes outstanding achievement, effort, and service to the field of education. Students who have completed 12 credits of graduate study and have demonstrated exceptional mastery of course content and a documented commitment to service in education are encouraged to apply. Applications are generally available in the Fall semester for the annual Spring induction. For specific questions about the honor society, contact the faculty member coordinating student services within the Education division.
Alpha Upsilon Alpha–Graduate students seeking a master’s degree with certification as a reading specialist are invited to join the Alpha Upsilon Alpha Honor Society of the International Reading Association. Membership in Alpha Upsilon Alpha enables students to grow professionally as they meet with area reading professionals to discuss reading research and effective strategies. Members provide service to local schools and literacy organizations. Alpha Upsilon Alpha members must have completed a minimum of nine semester hours in reading at the graduate level and have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher in all graduate work. For more information, contact the faculty advisor to Alpha Upsilon Alpha.