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Student Organizations

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Duquesne University School of Education offers multiple organizations for students to join. Joining these organizations allows students to gain new experiences, develop a professional identity, create research opportunities, and make new friends. By getting involved in one of the School of Education organizations, students will not only develop marketable skills but will also enhance their college experience.

School of Education Organizations:

Chi Sigma Iota (Delta Upsilon Chapter) is an international honor society that focuses on academic and professional excellence in counseling. This organization offers opportunities for professional development, research presentation, and social gatherings for graduate students pursuing a career in counseling.

Advocating for the advancement of middle-level education, the Collegiate Middle-Level Association - Duquesne Chapter is a group of individuals passionate about the education field. This organization is open to undergraduate and graduate students.

The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the largest international professional organization committed to improving the educational success of children with exceptionalities. This organization is open to all education majors.

The Duquesne University Student Education Association (DUSEA) offers members an opportunity to connect with the education community of Pittsburgh through service projects.

The Duquesne University Student PSEA is the student chapter of the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA). Their purpose is to provide a unified student voice in matters pertaining to teacher preparation and the education field.

Kappa Delta Epsilon is a professional fraternity engaged in the preparation of educators through the commitment to the Spiritan Mission and high academic standards.

Pi Lambda Theta is a national honor society of educators. The organization is a forum for exchanging and developing ideas, fostering individual leadership, and promoting professionalism. Invitations for membership can be given to undergraduate and graduate students who meet the requirement of a cumulative GPA of 3.5.

The Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children (PAEYC) is a branch of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. This organization encourages all majors in the School of Education to come together to help various programs in the Pittsburgh area.

Student Affiliates in School Psychology (SASP) is a student-led organization geared towards keeping graduate students informed of the issues in the school psychology field and encouraging participation in professional development opportunities. In addition, SASP creates opportunities for collaboration and communication between students and faculty in an effort to create meaningful and lasting professional relationships within the field.