Erikson is committed to your success, not just in the classroom but also in your early childhood practice. That’s why we provide personalized services and resources to support your study.
Academic advising at Erikson is close, personal, and ongoing. Before registering for courses, you’ll meet with your faculty adviser to review your planned program of study. You will continue to work closely with your adviser throughout your course of study to make sure your studies are on track and aimed to meet your professional needs and goals.
When you enter your internship, you will have the comprehensive support of an internship adviser, a supervisor at the internship site, and the required integrated seminar to help you get the most out of your practical experience.
Writing tutors program
Erikson offers an important academic resource for students seeking to strengthen their writing skills. More on the Kathy and Grant Pick Writing Program
Multicultural student affairs
The office of Multicultural Student Affairs supports the academic success of students of color, LGBT, international, and male students at Erikson Institute. Its programs, services, and networking events focus on enriching students’ experiences and encouraging cross-cultural dialogue on campus.
Multicultural Student Affairs works closely with faculty, staff, and alumni to continually support African American, Asian American, Latina/o, Native American, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, international and male students. Throughout the school year, there are a variety of events focused on multicultural student affairs and social justice.
Services for students with disabilities
Erikson is committed to extending its educational opportunities to all students and to compliance with all federal, state, and local laws regarding accommodation of the disabled. Prospective or enrolled students with disabilities should contact the vice president for administration and enrollment as soon as possible to request accommodation.
Edward Neisser Library
Erikson students and alumni have access to a wide range of information services and resources through the Edward Neisser Library. Our library’s knowledgeable staff and specialized collection provide valuable support to the intensive study and rigorous research that are Erikson’s hallmark. Visit the Edward Neisser Library
Computers & technology
Erikson students enjoy state-of-the-art learning technology. Our campus features wireless network access, built-in audiovisual projection in every classroom, and the latest technology in the library and computer labs. More on computers and technology
Housing & transportation
Though Erikson does not provide housing for its students, we do provide many resources to help with the housing search. Erikson also provides discounted public transportation through the CTA U-PASS program to eligible students. More on housing and transportation
Registration & student records
The Registration and Student Records Office maintains all student academic records and is the place to turn with address or name changes and questions about course registration, policies related to transfer of credit, obtaining official transcripts, and more. The registrar is also responsible for Erikson’s academic calendar and for setting, communicating, and enforcing all academic policies.
The Student Accounts Office applies financial aid loan disbursements and Erikson grants directly to your account, as well as issuing statements with your account balance. Payments are made by mail. Tuition is due on the first day of classes for the term. However, students may also choose to enroll in a payment plan and make monthly payments. For more detailed information on tuition, fees, and payment procedures, consult Erikson’s most recent Bulletin [PDF] or visit our campus portal at my.erikson.edu (login required).
Because Erikson requires on-campus students to have basic health insurance coverage, we provide access to a United Healthcare plan for those who do not already have proof of coverage. More information on student health insurance