The School of Educational Studies (SES) at Claremont Graduate University places social justice at the heart of its educational mission. SES is a leader in urban education, with excellent educational programming in student affairs, human development, K-12 administration, educational policy, quantitative evaluation, and pedagogical theory and practice. Our Teacher Education program offers a single or multiple-subject credential, and a special education credential from our Teacher Education Internship Program. Our curriculum and programming is flexible so that you may pursue your career goals on your schedule.

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Admissions Representatives
  • Aliana Guzman

    Assistant Director of Admissions

    T: 909-607-0769 (Direct)

    T: 909-607-7811 (Central Admissions)

    E: aliana.guzman@cgu.edu

    Programs

    School of Educational Studies

  • Heidi Kellam

    Assistant Director of Admissions

    T: 909-607-8982 (Direct)

    T: 909-607-7811 (Central Admissions)

    E: heidi.kellam2@cgu.edu

    Programs

    School of Educational Studies