Outreach Resources

    CAP particpants outdoorsThe College Access Program (CAP) is a three-week summer enrichment residential program for first-generation college students or students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The program is open to 9th, 10th and 11th graders who have completed their high school academic year. Students must be completing their freshman, sophomore or junior year in high school when applying.

    PSN logoThe Partner School Network (PSN) develops cooperative relationships among schools, school districts, and the University to ensure that pre-service teachers have top quality preparation through high quality clinical experiences and coursework intimately connected to today’s classrooms.

    people in discussionProfessional Development for Educators: The School of Education houses a variety of programs that provide professional development and continuing education for practicing educators.

    Technology advanced globe thumbnail Global Education: Through our top-ranked graduate and undergraduate programs, the School prepares new generations of professionals to lead and work in the United States and internationally. Study abroad programs, global institutional partnerships, research centers, and programs of study with international foci all serve to make the School among the most comprehensive schools of education in the nation.