More than ever before, our world requires courageous, skilled
leaders who reflect the diversity of our society and are able to spearhead
systemic change and inspire future generations. At Seattle University College
of Education, we offer a range of graduate educational opportunities inspired
by the Jesuit intellectual tradition, engaged in the local and global
community, and responsive to the needs of our students.
Graduate Degrees K-12 Certification
Professional Certificates Online Programs
Tuesday, February 10, 20155:30 - 8:30 PMCampion Ballroom, Seattle University
third documentary to look at education in America, filmmaker Davis Guggenheim
asks the question: what does it take to be a teacher? Offering a glimpse inside
four pubic school classrooms, Guggenheim invites us to follow the struggles and
triumphs of America’s education system through the eyes, minds and hearts of its
most essential resource: teachers.
and friends of the College of Education for a lively discussion moderated by
Walsh McIntyre, ’99 Ed.D., educational consultant and broadcast journalist, and
panelists Dr. Stephan Blanford, Seattle School Board Director; Bill Dunbar, ’95
MIT, Shorewood High School Principal; Dr. Ann Foster, Co-Executive Director of
National Network for Educational Renewal; and Cassandra Rodriguez Perez, ’13 MIT, algebra teacher
at TAF Academy.
Read more and RSVP here.
Seattle University will host a graduate open house Saturday, January 24 from 9:30 - 11:30 am in the Student Center. Prospective students are invited to meet with faculty, current students, and representatives from graduate admissions and Student Financial Services. For more information and to RSVP, please visit this page.
Students currently enrolled in a College of Education graduate degree program may apply for one of 15 scholarships that will be awarded during Winter quarter. The scholarships are for the current academic year.
The scholarships include COE Diversity Scholarship, Father William Codd Scholarship, McCleary Scholarship in Education and COE Dean’s Scholarship. Students who wish to be considered for one or more of the scholarships, which range from $700 to $2,500, must apply by midnight on January 15, 2015. Students only need to submit one scholarship application form and one recommendation form even if they are applying for multiple scholarships.
To view descriptions and download the application and faculty recommendation form, please visit the COE Scholarships website. Winners will be notified by February 15, 2015.
In Michael Silver's memory, his family and the
SU College of Education have established the Michael Silver Scholarship in
Educational Administration to honor and continue his work.
Donations to the scholarship may be made online
at this link: www.seattleu.edu/giving (in the “designation” box mark “other” and in the “comments”
box write “Michael Silver Scholarship in Educational Administration.) If you
prefer to make a gift by mail, please send your gift to: SU College of
Education, Michael Silver Scholarship Fund, Attention Peggy Fine, Director of
Development, 500 Loyola Hall, P.O. Box 222000, Seattle WA 98122-1090.
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Sessions will be in Loyola Hall, Room 200 on the following dates:
As part of I-Week at Seattle University, learn about a career you can take abroad!