Founded in 1958, and renamed the Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development in 1993, the School is recognized both regionally and nationally for its tradition of advancing educational knowledge and preparing practitioners who achieve significant results.
The Warner School offers master's and doctoral degrees as well as non-degree programs for certification or advanced study. Follow the links below to learn more about the many options we have to offer, or browse our Courses for descriptions and schedules.
As part of the University of Rochester, a top-ranked research university, a key difference of the Warner School is the quality of our faculty and our combined commitment to research and the preparation of practitioners and scholars. Renowned researchers and educational leaders, Warner faculty are changing the face of education and our understanding of human development through their work.
Whether you are just starting out in your program of study or actively looking for a job that is consistent with your career goals, Warner Student and Alumni Career Services can provide assistance. We offer a workshop series each semester on a variety of topics related to the job search.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of Rochester!
The International Services Office (ISO) provides services to international students, scholars, employees, and other visitors to the University of Rochester, as well as the departments that host and support them. We are responsible for issuing visa documents, advising on relevant immigration matters, and meeting U.S. reporting requirements.
The office also serves as an information resource to assist internationals in adjusting to the United States, the University, and the Rochester community. Explore this site for extensive resources on a wide range of topics and common questions from our international populations!
The Warner School and the University of Rochester welcome applications from students with disabilities. The University employs professional staff committed to assisting students with disabilities in the classroom, residence halls, libraries, and elsewhere on campus.
With combined holdings of more than 3.5 million volumes and extensive collections of online databases, electronic journals, rare books, and musical scores, Rochester's libraries rank among the top academic research libraries in the United States and Canada. The main libraries are:
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The Warner School is located in LeChase Hall on the River Campus, a few miles south of the urban center of the city of Rochester, NY. Aptly named, the "River Campus" is situated along the scenic banks of the Genesee River and contiguous to an expansive park developed by the noted 19th-century urban landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmstead. The Rochester metropolitan community (population, approximately one million) is the leading business and educational center of western New York and its picturesque Finger Lakes region.
River Campus Clubs
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) is one of six regional accrediting associations in the United States. Every ten years, the University’s accreditation is subject to review, to ensure compliance with standards of accreditation.
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