Student Experience

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Becoming Educators of Tomorrow

Promoting, fostering and sustaining a strong community of ethnically diverse students and faculty within the School of Education

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Education + Business

Through dynamic programming, our club aims to create dialogue about pressing challenges and opportunities related to the future of K-12 and higher education.
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Global Education Discussion Group

Through its activities, the School of Education's Global Education Discussion Group (GEDG) works to generate greater participation in global research opportunities and collaborations across national borders.
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Graduate Organization of Students in Higher Education (GOSHE)

The purpose of the Graduate Organization of Students in Higher Education (GOSHE) is to promote the academic, social, and professional development of future leaders in the field of higher education.
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Graduate Student Community Organization (GSCO)

The mission of the Graduate Student Community Organization is to cultivate the constant improvement of graduate student support, representation, and communication within the School of Education.
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Kappa Delta Pi

This is the honor society of, about, and for educators. Chapters should be lively, vibrant organizations with many enthusiastic and creative members involved in relevant and exciting activities, events, programs, projects, and opportunities.
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Learning and Education Technology at the School of Information (LETSI)

The primary mission of LETSI is to promote collaboration between designers and practitioners interested in edtech and build a community to facilitate such collaboration.
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Opportunities to Educate Children

OEC seeks to promote and provide educational access for children in Washtenaw County by means of weekly tutoring and mentoring from University of Michigan Students.
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Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop

The Rackham Graduate School sponsors this ongoing program of interdisciplinary workshops, designed to encourage exchange and collaboration between graduate students, faculty, postdocs, and staff, and to help doctoral students form supportive working groups.
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Student Philanthropy and Community Corps (SPCC)

The Student Philanthropy and Community Corps plays a critical role in building a strong future for the University of Michigan School of Education (SOE) by educating current students on the value of philanthropy generally and to the SOE in particular. The Student Philanthropy and Community Corps (“The Corps”) achieves this by creating opportunities to engage in student development and philanthropy efforts and providing strategic input on student philanthropy to SOE leadership.
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Student Rights Project

SRP is an interdisciplinary project of law, social work, and education students. SRP was founded in response to the tremendous need for free, high quality representation and advocates for students facing suspension and expulsion hearings in southeast Michigan.
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Women of Color and the Academy (WOCATA)

Women of Color and the Academy (WOCATA) is a Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop* group that focuses on centering and elevating the voices and experiences of Women of Color in the Academy. This group hosts monthly programming centering race, research, representation, and positionality and weekly programming such as a study hall for Students of Color and book clubs for the graduate student community.


Assisting Nationwide Higher Education Policymakers
CSHPE student Kristen Cummings builds connections and shares information among state policymakers as an intern with the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association.
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Exploring internships
Shruti Naik found the connections she made between her coursework and her internship experiences to be the most impactful aspect of her CSHPE degree.
Diversity Initiatives
With guidance from leaders like Pat King, Steve DesJardins, John Burkhardt, and Katie Madden, Jeff Edelstein strengthened disability initiatives on campus.
International Poetry Guild
SOE students, led by professor Jeff Stanzler, connect high schoolers, teachers, and community members through the International Poetry Guild, where learners from varied backgrounds write and perform original work.




(734) 764-9470


610 E. University Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1259

Office Hours

8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.