Teachers College will remain open, but all classes for the Fall 2020 semester will be conducted online.
Administrative offices will operate remotely until further notice. Visit the TC Preparedness Website for information on COVID-19, symptoms and current recommendations. Coping with the Coronavirus - click here for additional resources to help you manage your mental health during this stressful time.
Teachers College is located in New York City, one of the most dynamic, cultural and educational centers in the world. Our student population is very diverse and includes international students, scholars and faculty from over 75 countries. TC combines a large number of part-time and full-time students who are very active in professional education circles and either commute or live on campus. There are a variety of student services and organizations at TC designed to support students’ programs of study, provide professional development opportunities, foster community and celebrate diversity.
The Office of Graduate Student Life & Development (GSLD), formerly known as the Office of Student Affairs, encourages TC students become familiar with programs and services designed to enhance the graduate student experience at Teachers College. Alongside academic studies in the classroom, Teachers College students have many out-of-class opportunities to engage peers and persons with diverse cultural experiences, to examine new philosophies, to develop new interests and skills, and to prepare for active participation in a rapidly changing global society.
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Alongside academic studies in the classroom, Teachers College students have many out-of-class opportunities to engage peers and persons with diverse cultural experiences, to examine new philosophies, to develop new interests and skills. Check out some of our community programming initatives, including annual and recurring initiatives!
"Better Writers, Not Just Better Writing" -Stephen North
The GWC provides a range of services designed to support all members of the TC community as writers and graduate students. As a school of practitioners, we believe that writing is a tool that can help students connect theory and practice.
Learn more about our administrative professional and student staff teams.
The Office of Graduate Student Life & Development hosts New Student Orientation programming for students admitted for the Fall and Spring terms. We invite you to enjoy informative sessions designed to introduce newly admitted students to the College community.
The Office of Graduate Student Life & Development (GSLD) proudly supports and advises all recognized Student Organizations at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Check out our Spotlight on Student Life series and learn more about co-curricular opportunities guaranteed to enhance your student experience at Teachers College.
Stay tuned for upcoming virtual programs and webinars!