Werklund School of Education

Your Giving Day gift supports the future of education

Your UCalgary is for the future of education

The Werklund School of Education is preparing tomorrow’s teachers, school and counselling psychologists, and leading essential educational research for a post-pandemic era where all K-12 students flourish.

It’s just one way UCalgary is making a difference — and your Giving Day gift will take us even further.

UCalgary Giving Day is April 22. Join us in creating an exciting, dynamic tomorrow by making a gift today. Whether you give to student awards, critical research or to any one of our impactful funds this Giving Day, your support will make extraordinary things happen — for University of Calgary students, researchers and the community at large.


Your UCalgary is for leading educational programs and memorable student experiences.

The Werklund School is changing lives and shaping the future. When you donate to the Werklund School of Education – Alumni Giving Day fund, you’re investing in our greater community — and this Giving Day, your gift can have triple the impact!

Your UCalgary is for wellbeing in education.

The Werklund School of Education's Integrated Services in Education clinic continues to respond to the COVID-19 crisis by offering much-needed community supports for parents of students suffering with mental health and learning issues.

Your UCalgary is for an equitable, diverse, and inclusive society.

The Werklund School of Education is collaborating with the Centre for Newcomers to develop stronger supports for LGBTI refugees who have fled persecution in their home country.


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