Handbooks & Forms
Educational Leadership Departmental Handbook - Updated April 2009
Includes all policies and procedures pertaining to the Educational Leadership Department.
Dissertation Handbook - Updated April 2009
Includes all policies, procedures and formatting requirements for the doctoral dissertation.
All research projects involving human participants conducted by members of the Cambridge College community should be conducted in accordance with the ethical principles outlined in this handbook. IRB review is optional for activities that are not intended for publication, are not considered original in the field of study, or are intended for use only at, and by, Cambridge College employees or students.
Master of Education and CAGS students should use this handbook as a guide through the practicum and licensure policies and procedures. This link leads to the practicum and licensure web page. The handbook may be downloaded from that page.
Master of Education students should use this handbook in conjunction with advising from the Proseminar leader to guide them through the research and writing process of the ILP. This link leads to the handbooks page within the School of Education. The handbook may be downloaded from that page.
This form is to be completed and signed by the student's advisor and submitted to the Dean with the final bound Action Research Project (CAGS) or Independent Learning Project (MEd).
Allows students who live locally to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to have borrowing privileges at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education library.
Students and faculty may access hundreds of thousands of full text articles, abstracts, and electronic books through our extensive online library.
In order to schedule the dissertation defense, students must submit this form for the signatures of the dissertation advisor and Dean of the School of Education. Please discuss this decision with your advisor prior to submitting the form.
Cambridge College ensures access to facilities and academic programs for students with physical, psychological, or learning disabilities of permanent or temporary duration. Please click on the link above for more information.
Other important student forms may be found at the Registrar's website: http://www.cambridgecollege.edu/students/forms.cfm.