College of Education & Human Development

College of Education & Human Development

At the College of Education & Human Development, we're dedicated to improving the lives of children, adults, and families while preparing the next generation of professionals dedicated to that very mission. 

Our success is made possible by the generosity of our alumni and friends, and each gift is a vote of confidence in our mission to teach, learn and discover. Together, we can prepare our graduates for a lifetime of victories. Your giving supports ground-breaking research, innovative programs and can make all the difference for our future graduates and the many lives they go on to enhance throughout their careers. 

Help us transform and strengthen education, families, and communities with your gift today. If you would like to be a partner in the future of our college, consider a gift to one of the following funds:

CEHD Scholarship Fund

The CEHD Scholarship Fund provides direct student support by creating scholarship opportunities for future leaders in education & human development. This fund also supports students with emergency funding – keeping them on track toward graduation and their life-changing careers.

Dean’s Fund for Excellence

The Dean’s Fund for Excellence allows us to respond quickly to ideas and opportunities in the pursuit of excellence. This flexible fund can support new programming, enhance existing programing, and respond to opportunities for growth. It also allows the Dean to invest in faculty, improve opportunities for students, and expand our impact both nationally and internationally.

Teacher Promise Scholarship Fund

The Teacher Promise Scholarship Fund was established in 2021 in response to teacher and childcare shortages that continue to affect our schools and communities. Funds provide scholarship support for students pursuing a teaching or childcare degree, allowing them to graduate with as little debt as possible.

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