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School of Education graduate students find opportunities to participate in student life through Graduate Associations.
The Graduate Student Senate is the official representative body of USF graduate students and is the primary means for students to participate in campus governance at the University of San Francisco.
The USF School of Education Graduate Student Association (GSA) represents all credential, master's and doctoral students in the School of Education. We provide forums to foster meaningful, positive relationships among students, faculty, administration, and alumni. We examine, formulate, and implement programs, activities, and events that will improve the educational experience of credential, master's and doctoral students, in conjunction with faculty and administration.
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For details about the Graduate Student Association and how to get involved, visit the School of Education GSA webpage.
Phi Delta Kappa (PDK) is an international association composed of men and women devoted to excellence in education. Members include classroom teachers, school administrators, college and university professors, and educational specialists. In Phi Delta Kappa, members find fellowship based on common interests and ideas.