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Connect & Visit GSE

To learn more about our programs, we encourage you to introduce yourself by filling out our Inquiry Form, connect with us at an upcoming recruitment event, participate in an online webinar, or visit the campus to experience the dynamic of our community first hand. 

Introduce Yourself

We look forward to getting to know you as you explore everything the Stanford Graduate School of Education has to offer. To let us know a bit more about who you are and to request more information, fill out our Inquiry Form here:

Introduce Yourself

From December 2018 through April 2019, the Admissions Office is unfortunately not available for walk-ins or able to accommodate requests to schedule appointments with admissions representatives due to the peak admissions season. We look forward to connecting with you during the months of May-November 2019 either via in-person/phone appointment, information session, or admission webinar.

Recruitment Events

There are currently no upcoming recruitment events scheduled. We plan on resuming our recruitment events in July 2019 so please check back at a later date for more information.

Upcoming Admission Webinars

There are currently no upcoming webinars scheduled. We plan on resuming our webinars in September 2019 so please check back at a later date for more information.

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Members of the GSE Admissions Office are excited to meet with you—please contact us at least one week in advance of your arrival to schedule an appointment. As a reminder, we are unable to take appointments from December-April, but you are welcome to plan ahead and schedule a meeting for May-November 2019.

When planning your visit, you may want to observe a class. If so, please send the instructor an email (you may find their contact information in the online directory) to let them know you would like to attend and give them an opportunity to let you know whether or not they can accommodate visitors in their class.

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