Welcome to UP@GSE—Undergraduate Programs at the Graduate School of Education. The GSE is the only graduate school on campus with an office dedicated to undergraduates.
Come explore what we have to offer, and consider joining the GSE community in its mission to achieve equitable, accessible, and effective learning for all. Take the first step and schedule an advising appointment to learn more about courses, academic degrees, and research and service opportunities in education.
Undergraduates interested in education-related positions can request access to the EdCareers portal by completing this survey (declared students in UP@GSE’s minor and honors programs are automatically granted access to this resource). This portal contains a list of research, internship, and job opportunities, as well as employer profiles.
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The Education and Society Theme (EAST) house provides undergraduate students with a residential experience focused on engagement in education. EAST resident fellows are GSE faculty members who provide support and advising to EAST residents.
The GSE, in partnership with the Haas Center for Public Service, sponsors Cardinal Courses that connect undergraduate students with local classrooms, schools, and education organizations. Examples of courses offering students guided opportunities in teaching and tutoring include Ravenswood Reads (EDUC 103A) and Preschool Counts (EDUC 171).
Explore Cardinal Courses in education.
SPREES is Stanford’s pre-professional society for undergraduates considering careers in education. This student-led organization provides guidance, mentoring, and community, as well as outreach opportunities.
Get to know some Stanford undergraduates and alumni who have studied education at the GSE.