Tackle today’s most pressing problems with graduate study at Teachers College
When you choose TC in New York City, you’re investing in the opportunity to learn from — and work with — world-class scholars on transformative research that can change the world. You'll gain experiences in NYC that will prepare you for jobs in your field both here and abroad.
Channel your passion for social justice and commitment to equity in education through future-focused graduate studies in Education, Health, and Psychology at Teachers College.
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Teachers College strives to establish an institution that actively attracts, supports, and retains diverse students, faculty, and staff, demonstrated through its commitment to social justice, its respectful and vibrant community, and its encouragement and support of each individual in the achievement of their full potential.
Our multicultural, urban environment impacts almost everything we do and provides unique educational and social opportunities found nowhere else. We also have deep ties with the local community. Many of our projects and offices work to directly impact our city, students, and educators.
Visit our campus to sample the learning and social environments we have designed for our students, faculty and staff. Each day brings new special lectures, colloquia, and workshops, which augment the multitude of academic offerings at Teachers College. The campus, and the great city of New York, provide opportunities for extraordinary experiences.