Learning is our first priority at the Morgridge College of Education, and we are very proud of our reputation for small classes and personal attention for our students. Our faculty and staff care about individual students?their learning, as well as their overall learning experience. We want you to be successful and happy while you are here and after you move into the next phase of your professional life.
We have just under 800 active graduate students across our programs, as well as a number of non-degree students who take courses for their own professional development. While Morgridge students range in age from 21 to 64, the average age is 35. In Fall 2006, our international student body represented 23 countries, and approximately 15 percent of our total student body were U.S. students of color.
Take a look at what some of our current students have to say about their experiences with us:
- Stephanie Krusemark, Higher Education
- Patrick Callahan, Child, Family, and School Psychology
- Brad Conrad, Curriculum & Instruction
- Amy Carter, Library and Information Science