- Where can I find Admissions information?
- Where do I send my application materials?
- Where is the School of Education?
- Where should I park?
- Where do I get general information about your programs?
- Where do I send information I would like disseminated to students?
- Where can I take the Praxis I and II exams?
- Who do I contact about Applying for Recommendation for Candidacy
A. On the submenu under Academic Programs, each department has its own admissions requirements and forms.
A. If students are applying to the School of Education, send application materials to the appropriate department: C & I (Curriculum and Instruction); EAP (Educational Administration and Policy); or HDPES (Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies) If you have questions call the Departmental Administrative Assistants:
C&I - Ms. June Harris - 202-806-7343
EAP - Ms. Naomi Black - 202-806-7342
HDPES - Ms. M. Endale - 202-806-7350
School of Education
Attn: Department of <EAP or C&I or HDPES> Admissions
2441 4th Street NW
Washington, DC 20059
A. We are located on Howard University’s main campus in NW Washington, DC. The main entrance to the campus is on Georgia Avenue at Howard Place. The School of Education is in the Academic Support Building A – on 4th Street NW, behind Locke Hall and Blackburn Center. To see a campus map, click here.
The main office is on the first floor, room 104.
A. Parking is very limited at busy times during the semester. There are some parking meters along 4th Street and 6th Street NW after 9:30 AM – read the parking restrictions carefully as illegal parking can result in your car being towed away. If you are meeting with someone on campus for an interview, it is possible that they can arrange some kind of temporary parking for you – so be sure to ask. For further information see the Parking Office. www.howard.edu/parking/
A. Information about programs in the School of Education is located in the Departmental Offices for each program. There are 3 academic departments in the School of Education:
Curriculum and Instruction – Programs relating to teaching and teacher certification are housed here: Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Reading and Special Education are programs within the Department of Curriculum and Instruction (ASA, Room 203).
Educational Administration and Policy – Programs relating to school administrators, principals and superintendents are housed here: Master’s degrees, Certification of Advanced Graduate Studies and Doctor of Education are programs within the Department of Educational Administration and Policy (ASA, Room 221)
Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies – Programs relating to Social Sciences such as Counseling Psychology, School Counseling, Community Counseling, School Psychology, and Educational Psychology are part of this department, as well as, the Human Development programs which focus on the physical, psychological, educational and social development of people throughout the lifespan (ASA, Room 305).
More information can be found at http://www.howard.edu/schooleducation/
A. Fliers need to be approved by the dean to be displayed on bulletin boards. Send them to Edadmin@howard.edu for approval.
A. Praxis I is offered at the Howard University Testing Center, Building 19, Room G-33, Sixth and Bryant Street NW (Directly Across from the Ralph Bunch Center). The Praxis I is offered 5 days a week upon appointment. The Praxis II exams are offered only a few times per year. Call for information: (202) 806-6428 or go to www.ets.org/praxis/
A. Contact your advisor, or Ms. Raena Morgan, ASA Room 118, (202) 806-5783.
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