Join us at the Virtual Graduate Recruitment Fair on October 26, 2022 from 2pm – 5pm, CST



With over 30 different degrees and certificates in fields as diverse as elementary and secondary education, school counseling, special education and educational leadership, each graduate student has the opportunity to tailor their program to meet their unique educational career goals.

All of our programs emphasize real-world learning and forward-thinking research that focuses on today’s major education challenges. Our urban setting, located in the heart of Richmond, Virginia, offers a culturally-diverse learning environment and allows you to see your research in action.

Find out more about our undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs; our post-baccalaureate and post-master’s certificates; and our endorsement and certification courses by selecting a link below.

We will be recruiting at the October 26, 2022 Virtual Teacher Recruitment Fair, and invite you to visit our representatives.



At VCU Libraries we are committed to providing a welcoming atmosphere to all as reflected in the VCU core values. We hold ourselves, as individuals and as an institution, accountable to listen to, seek to understand, make space for, and include people who reflect the vast diversity of all communities, regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, sex, gender identity and expression, sexuality, socioeconomic background, and the many more components that make us unique individuals.

We honor the academic freedom of all to explore ideas through research, scholarly discussion, and creative work. That said, we do not tolerate speech or action that disrespects, harms or shames others and makes them feel unwelcome here.

We recognize that the land our buildings occupy once belonged to the Powhatan people and that our country, and our city of Richmond as the former capital of the Confederacy, are built on a deep, long, and ongoing history of exploitation, prejudice, and marginalization. We recognize, too, that institutions of higher learning and libraries both have a history of exclusion. While we may not be able to correct these problems at the national level, we will work to improve ourselves for the benefit of the communities we serve.



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  • Higher Education Tuition Assistance Program
  • National Scholarship Office
  • Southern Education Leadership Initiative
  • Student Employment
  • Federal Financial Aid
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  • VCU Tuition and Fees Calculator
  • Student Childcare Support

Graduate Sources of Support

  • Graduate Assistantships
  • Grant-funded Graduate Assistantships
  • Student Affairs Graduate Assistant Listings
  • Employer Support

Online Application Process

VCU School of Education
Box 842020
1015 West Main Street
Richmond, VA 23284-2020
(804) 828-3382