Our mission is to shape Peabody into a place for open dialogue and respectful discussion about race, culture, and the identity of every person as a valued member of our scholarly community.
Ranked as a top-tier special education program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for more than a decade, the department has long been a leader both in research and practice.
The Higher Education Administration Professional Development Committee (HEAPDC) serves to support the professional development of students in the Higher Education Administration program at Peabody College.
Our mission is to use the therapeutic powers of music to serve the various needs of children, including those with disabilities, in our community.
The purpose of MentorADore is to provide a smooth transition for first-year students by connecting them with an upperclassman mentor who can provide academic and social guidance for meaningful relationships and experiences (Excerpt from MentorADore...
For information about the Office of Honor Scholarships, please visit our website: ohs.vanderbilt.edu
This organization is designed to support underrepresented minorities, international students, low-income students, and first-generation students within Peabody College both academically and professionally.
The Peabody Coalition of Black Graduates is an organization geared towards students of color that seeks to provide social support to its members. PCBG also plays an integral in the recruitment and retention of minority students on Peabody's campus.
The mission of the Peabody Council is to take an active role in student government issues for the betterment of the Peabody and the Vanderbilt community, participate in the Vanderbilt and Nashville community, and to uphold Peabody's traditions.
PGSA plans academic, social, and professional development events that brings together graduate students from all areas of Peabody College. PGSA also advocates on behalf of Peabody students for a better student experience.