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Student Life Sponsored Events
The Graduate Student Life & Development sponsors a locker rental program on a first-come, first-serve basis. A $25 rental fee provides students with private access to their own personal locker on campus for the academic year. Locker rentals for the 2019-2020 are currently SOLD OUT! Please check back in August 2020 for rentals for the upcoming academic year.
*Due to space, we are only able to rent to current students. Alumni, faculty, and staff are not eligible to reserve a student locker. Thank you for your understanding.
COVID-19 College Updates
Administrative offices will operate remotely beginning March 12 until further notice.
Visit the TC Preparedness Website
Columbia Medical Services is open for reduced essential services. Walk-ins will not be accepted. All students are required to call 212-854-7426 in advance before visiting, including those with scheduled routine appointments.
Health Advisory Regarding 2019 Novel Coronavirus
Please click here for pertinent information from Columbia Health regarding the global pandemic of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Welcome to the Office of Graduate Student Life & Development
Teachers College is located in New York City, one of the most dynamic, cultural and educational centers in the world. Our student population is very diverse and includes international students, scholars and faculty from over 75 countries. TC combines a large number of part-time and full-time students who are very active in professional education circles and either commute or live on campus. There are a variety of student services and organizations at TC designed to support students’ programs of study, provide professional development opportunities, foster community and celebrate diversity.
The Office of Graduate Student Life & Development (GSLD), formerly known as the Office of Student Affairs, encourages TC students become familiar with programs and services designed to enhance the graduate student experience at Teachers College. Alongside academic studies in the classroom, Teachers College students have many out-of-class opportunities to engage peers and persons with diverse cultural experiences, to examine new philosophies, to develop new interests and skills, and to prepare for active participation in a rapidly changing global society. Aligned with the Mission and Core Values setforth by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Thomas P. Rock, GSLD stands ready to assist our students in these endeavors.
Additional Campus Resources
Explore additional resources & services overseen by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Thomas P. Rock.
- Access & Services for Individuals with Disabilities
- Career Education & Professional Development
- Office of International Services
- Student Handbook
- Student Emergency Fund
- Teachers College CARES Act