Education Resources

McInnis Hall and The Helen S. Cramer Curriculum Library

The Loeb School of Education offers most of its classes in McInnis Hall, which is home to The Helen S. Cramer Curriculum Library in the Helen W. Loeb School of Education. The Curriculum Library is full of resources dedicated to any Education majors' needs. There are also offices for LSE's leadership and key faculty, which permit convenient access to professors and support services for education majors. In addition to the Curriculum Library, McInnis houses the planetarium and observatory, as well as instructional aids such as an interactive white board, standardized test preparation services, multiple computers, duplication machines, and other support materials.

St. Davids Campus

Eastern University’s picturesque campus is the perfect place for college students to live and study, with on-campus residence halls, the Warner library, multiple study rooms, the recently renovated McInnis Learning Center, and state-of-the-art classrooms. The Warner Library provides business students with access to 65,000 periodical titles in paper and electronic format, 870,000+ microform items, and over 60,000 full text ejournals, including the most current and popular educational journals and resources. Click here to view the interactive map of our campus.

Historic Mainline

Nestled in affluent Wayne, PA, Eastern University is in one of the top 10 college communities in the country (USA Today). There are 40 colleges in the Philadelphia and Philadelphia suburbs, 25% of which are on the Main Line. Eastern students can take advantage of Wayne’s small, walkable downtown, which is lined with local cafes, stores, and businesses. The Main Line is an especially good resource for Education Department students who will the have the opportunity to student teach in one of the nation's best school districts.

Nearby Philadelphia

Eastern University is situated just outside the major, historic urban metropolis of Philadelphia, a diverse city which provides all of the benefits of a major urban center and unique learning and living opportunities for students and graduates. Eastern students can take the train from the St. Davids station (located adjacent to campus) and be in the city within 20-25 minutes.

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