The Department of Educational Policy Studies offers a number of resources and programs to help you make the most of your time in the program. Use this section to get to know your peers, learn about current news and events in the department, and explore department policy, or pursue jobs or awards.
The School of Education undergraduate academic advisors are here to support you. Choosing a major or certificate should be a thoughtful and informed process, one that students don’t need to figure out on their own. Advisors can help find the right fit; getting in touch with them early can be very helpful.
Every graduate student must have an advisor from the major department. This professor advises on courses, supervises research, and acts as a channel of communication within the major department, to other departments, and to the Graduate School. Learn more about graduate advisors and how they can support you in making the most of your EPS experience.
Educational Policy Studies encourages students to apply for opportunities within the department, including assistant lecturer positions, research assistants, TA and SA roles, and more. Explore available opportunities.
There are a number of awards and honors granted by the Department of Educational Policy Studies. Explore the various awards and see past recipients.
Find important forms and handbooks for pursuing your Educational Policy Studies degree.