The Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the broad fields of education, educational psychology, and human development.
A public lecture series initiated by faculty, students, and alumni that aims to address the highest-priority challenges facing education.
HGSE is committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion across our curriculum, in our classrooms, in our hiring for faculty and staff, and in our campus culture.
You can join one of 50 active student clubs and organizations showcasing the diversity and initiatives of HGSE students.
Alumni, students, practitioners, artists, and scholars from both HGSE and across the nation come together annually to share best practices and research on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
HGSE students defy a single mold, but share a singularly vital goal: to make a difference through education.
Finding the right housing is an important part of your experience as a HGSE student. The Office of Student Affairs offers support to help you understand your options.
Coming to campus with a partner and/or family may seem like a daunting task, but there are many resources to help make your transition as smooth and easy as possible.
As one of the few dedicated career services offices for education students, we offer you programs and tools that look beyond simply securing a job and focus on career management.
At HGSE, you get the best of both worlds — the world-class culture and diversity of a big city, plus the walkable charm and buzz of a college town.