Please refer to this section throughout your journey with us here at the College of Education’s Reading Department for questions about student services and resources that are available to you, as well as what to do once you’re nearing graduation and are ready to receive your credential and pursue your career in education.
Reading skills and strategies are essential for academic success and, increasingly, for survival in our technical society. Specialists holding graduate credentials in Reading Education are in demand to fulfill a wide variety of functions. Read more on Career Opportunities.
Each year, the Literacy and Reading Department faculty recommends a graduating master's student to the Dean, to be honored as an Edwin Carr Fellow. Read more about Edwin Carr Fellowship
Graduate Reading Courses
The Graduate program has specific learning goals and objectives that are embedded in the curriculum. Find out more details on Graduate reading courses.
There are 4 Scholarships designated specifically for READ students; namely the Brenneman Scholarship,Lewis and Deborah Hancock Scholarship in Reading Education,Dorothy C. Klausner Scholarship and the Reading Educators Guild (REG) Scholarship. Read more on Scholarships
Undergraduate Reading Courses
The Undergraduate program has specific learning goals and objectives that are embedded in the curriculum. Read more on what Undergraduate courses.