The College of Education is committed to your success. Beyond traditional academic advising, the College offers a variety of resources to help you navigate your time and resources during your graduate studies.
For students who have exhausted their Financial Aid options and are experiencing an emergency financial need, limited financial assistance may be available through the Division of Student Development or the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA). OMA has also developed a food assistance program in coordination with Chartwells.
CAPS offers a range of confidential therapeutic, educational, and consultation support services.
OMA provides resources to support students of color, queer students, and trans students.
The Outreach Center provides resources for active duty military personnel, veterans, and first generation studenets.
The admitted graduate students webpage provides a checklist of important tasks, an introduction to campus resources, and information on the Graduate Student Welcome, which is designed to help you succeed in your graduate studies.
The student life link above provides a thorough overview of campus life opportunities, divisions, and departments. Some opportunities for graduates include Graduate Student Council (GSC),
Campus Ministry supports the religious and spiritual lives of students though daily Mass, regular ecumenical Christian worship services, and opportunities for dialogue and service.
The Dean of Students Office provides services, programs, and information for graduate students, including a commuter plan, facilities, and the Collegia Program.
As the College’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator, Dr. Vong Ratts supports the implementation of accommodations within the College by serving as a resource for both students and faculty in coordination with Disability Services. Students are encouraged to explore resources through Disability Services and meet with faculty one-on-one to discuss academic accommodations.
EdD, Special Education, University of Washington
MA, Curriculum and Instruction & Administration, Gonzaga University
BS, Special Education and Elementary Education, University of Idaho
Principal Investigator, Center for Change in Transition Services (CCTS)
Phone: (206) 296-5888
Building/Room: Loyola 308