Since its founding, the College of Education and Human Services has been committed to developing life-long learners who contribute to their communities and succeed in a changing world.


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Jacksonville Teacher Residency

The College announces the Jacksonville Teacher Residency in partnership with Duval County Public Schools

This innovative teacher residency graduate education program is recruiting Science, Mathematics or STEM-related majors/minors for a 20-month masters degree program in conjunction with a one-year classroom apprenticeship with a mentor teacher in Duval County Public high-needs middle and high schools. Financial support is provided during the residency year along with a tuition reimbursement plan. 

Contact Dr. Wanda Lastrapes at

For additional information please visit:

Interested applicants can complete a prospect form for the 2016 cohort at this address:



Student Conference Scholarship

Students enrolled in the College of Education and Human Services now have the opportunity to apply for funding towards conference presentations. 
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International Opportunities

The College of Education and Human Services provides several opportunities for students to teach abroad. See pictures of past trips.





Effectiveness and Transparency

The College of Education and Human Services is committed to the preparation of educators and administrators who will impact student learning and achievement.

To learn more about our program effectiveness and quality, see this year's accountability report.





 Urban Education

Urban Education at UNF


The College of Education and Human Services puts a strong emphasis on teaching urban education. Every student receives hands-on field experience in an urban environment to prepare them for the future. Learn more by watching this video