Be Equipped to Lead.
With a focus on executive, administrative and instructional leadership, we assist practicing educators in the development of the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to meet the challenges of building, district, state and national level expectations in the 21st century.
Welcome to Shippensburg University’s Educational Leadership Gateways!
There are three major Gateway Tabs (Programs, Events, Services) and a Tab that lets you see what our leadership family has recently been up to (Leadership Family Photos). The Gateways offer a pathway to a variety of services and informational materials. These resources should help you with decisions about your educational career choices. They can also help you find assistance that is available to your school districts and/or organizations that address important educational issues and problems of practice.
If you belong to one of our membership groups you’ll gain access to selected resources for partnering school districts, leadership alums and others who seek customized support. In addition, you will find information about our academic offerings that lead to advanced degrees or certifications in educational leadership. You can also find information about our dedicated faculty, newsletters, events and articles featuring our current students and graduates.
Link to Shippensburg University: http://www.ship.edu/
This site will also be updated regularly with news items, features about our students, faculty and school districts in our region.
Dr. Fowler Stepping DownDr. William Cowden, seen here with JC Wilson, the Chief Financial Officer for the Greencastle-Antrim School District and current doctoral student, will be stepping down as a member of the Educational leadership Faculty.
Programs of StudyWe encourage you to explore your graduate education possibilities at Ship which boasts a long tradition of developing leaders for the field of public education.
New Leadership Residency Program LaunchedThe Educational Leadership Residency Program launched its 8th Letter of Eligibility (LOE) Cohort in Fall of 2018. Typically, the LOE Program consists of six residencies totaling 24 credits.