The School of Education and Human Development is housed in five buildings on the eastern side of the College campus. Thompson Hall serves as the main classroom site for the majority of undergraduate and graduate classes. In addition to seven classrooms, it also houses the School's computer lab, four SmartBoards and the model classroom.
Faculty and administrative offices are housed in a series of unique smaller buildings in proximity to Thompson Hall. The Warren Counseling Center provides three rooms for supervised counseling with one-way mirrors and electronic connections.
The Summers-Clopper Curriculum Laboratory, located in Knight-Capron Library, is a resource for all teachers in preparation and contains more than 5,000 instructional materials and teacher-oriented texts.