DIVERSITY & EQUITY IN EDUCATION
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The College of Education offers graduate programs at every level for professionals seeking to become leaders in public schools, libraries, instructional systems design, higher education, adult education, and private practice. Students can earn Masters and Doctoral degrees, certifications and/or certificates and be well prepared to advance their career as a School Principal, Superintendent, School Librarian, Counselor, or specialist in a number of areas.
Our Culture, Diversity & Equity
The SHSU College of Education supports an inclusive learning environment where diverse perspectives are recognized as sources of strength and enrichment. We value human diversity in all its visible and invisible dimensions including: political views and ideologies, learning and physical ability levels, age, socioeconomic status, language, gender, race, gender identities and expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, geography, religious and spiritual beliefs, and other characteristics that have historically marginalized people. We commit to practicing the cultural responsiveness we expect of the educators, scholars, counselors, and leaders we prepare.
Diversity Fellowships & Scholarships
A.S.P.I.R.E. The Graduate School’s A.S.P.I.R.E. scholars program provides minority graduate students with mentoring and academic success programming to promote professional development and to strengthen the graduate school experience.
R.O.A.D (Resource and Outreach for Academic Diversity) to PhD The Graduate School’s R.O.A.D. to PhD program provides qualified students with the tools to adjust smoothly to the academic rigor of doctoral education. Inspired by research completed at the Council of Graduate Schools, the R.O.A.D. to the PhD delivers holistic student mentoring and academic student support.
Sam Houston State University College of Education