The School of Educational Studies prepares future educators for the unprecedented challenges facing today’s K–12 and higher education climates.

From urban education to student affairs, educational policy to human development, and quantitative evaluation to teaching and learning, our programs draw on dynamic instruction, multidisciplinary curriculum, and hands-on classroom experience to prepare graduates for successful careers across the educational enterprise. CGU’s School of Educational Studies believes a socially just nation should educate all its citizenry through networks of effective and accountable organizations that interact responsibly with families and communities.

 

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  • Edlyn Delano

    Assistant Director of Admissions

    T: 909-607-9785 (Direct)

    T: 909-607-7811 (Central Admissions)

    E: edlyn.delano@cgu.edu

    Programs

    Education, Teacher Education

  • Rachel Camacho

    Senior Assistant Director of Admissions

    T: 909-607-9418 (Direct)

    T: 909-607-7811 (Central Admissions)

    E: camacho@cgu.edu

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    Teacher Education, Education