Graduate Student Association

The Graduate Student Association seeks to improve the social and academic lives of graduate students and to represent their interests to faculty and administrators. Membership is open to all School of Education graduate students.

Student North Carolina Association of Educators

The Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE) is a pre-professional organization for college students interested in a career in education. SNCAE is a division of the larger North Carolina Association of Educators, the leading professional organization for educators in North Carolina, and the National Education Association, the largest education association in the United States.

Undergraduate Advisory Council

The Undergraduate Advisory Council (UAC) is made up of a select group of student leaders who are dedicated to serving and representing the UNC School of Education. Members of the council serve as ambassadors for the School as it relates to recruitment, campus programs/events, and community service. This diverse group of student leaders represents and serves as a voice for undergraduate students of all program areas within the School. They play an important role in the School’s decision-making process, engaging with key stakeholders, and offering support to prospective and fellow undergraduate students while creating a more meaningful experience in the School of Education. Student representatives are selected from HDFS, HOLD, UNC-Best, Music Education, Pre-MAT and the Education Minor. For more information, please contact the advisor, Audrey Fulton at

Carolina Student Council on Family Relations (CSCFR)

CSCFR is a registered student led organization that does community service and fundraising, and plans events for area children, youth, and families. This organization is a student affiliate of the National Council on Family Relations that seeks to engage students in promoting the field of family studies, serving children. and families in the community, and developing their careers in the family and human services field. Participation in CFCSR offers a place to network, participate in governance, and engage in community volunteering. All HDFS majors are encouraged to join. The organization is also open to non-majors. For more information please contact the following people below:

Advisor: Dr. Helyne Frederick

President: Victoria Plyer