Getting involved on campus and in the community is easy with the variety of opportunities available through Special Education. Connect with friends and professional mentors, engage with children, volunteer with exciting programs, and more.
Connect with other special education majors through the Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC), American Sign Language Club, and other groups. Learn more.
Numerous extracurricular experiences are available to special education majors to provide real-world experiences prior to graduation. Examples include an art and equestrian camp as well as a summer day-camp where you can help children learn skills through fishing, rock-climbing, and other fun activities. Learn more.
A lab, a center, and a clinic offer a chance for students to engage in innovative training and research while serving the community. Learn more.