Teachers College (TC) at Columbia University has been a graduate school of education since 1887, making it one of the oldest in the country. It’s also one of the largest, enrolling more than 5,000 students per year.
Teachers College’s size allows it to offer a wide array of academics. More than 100 programs of study are available, from Arts Administration to Urban Education. This selection enables you to specialize in virtually any area you choose, opening the door to an endless world of professional possibilities.
Admissions requirements for TC vary based on the program you’re applying for. Degree programs typically have more rigorous requirements than workshops, certificates and other non-degree programs. The application deadline is January 15.
The college awards nearly $10 million in financial aid each year. Scholarships are available for new and continuing students, and fellowships and research assistantships can substantially reduce tuition. The FAFSA is required for need-based aid, and all students must complete the TC Scholarship Application for scholarship consideration.
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