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College of Education and Human Services

Giving to the College of Education and Human Services

The College of Education and Human Services is devoted to preparing quality graduates, as well as identifying, confronting, and creatively solving problems that schools and other human service organizations face today. Our college is a place where outstanding students can begin their careers and pursue new career goals. Learn how you can make a difference by supporting the College.

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Giving Priorities

Supporting any area of the College helps our students, faculty, and staff, but gifts to our strategic priorities are particularly important, as investments in these areas are critical to the College's future.

COEHS Priorities

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Ways to Give

You've committed to supporting the College of Education and Human Services. Now it's time to consider what form your gift will take.

How to Give to COEHS

Fast Facts

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The COEHS has received approximately $9 million in external grant funding in the last 8 years.

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499 UNF grads have begun teaching in public elementary schools or preschools across Northeast Florida since 2014. 

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Since 2014, the Jacksonville Teacher Residency, a partnership with the DCPS, has prepared 38 new teachers in STEM fields for Jacksonville's high-needs, urban schools.

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Education students are afforded up to 1,250 hours of clinical practice prior to graduation within a strong network of UNF Professional Development Schools, a national award-winning collaboration.

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Our Sport Management program is ranked No. 4 in the nation among the 25 Best Bachelor’s Sports Management Programs by Bachelor’s Degree Center.

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Sport majors complete nearly 500 hours of practical experience prior to graduation in sport organizations, such as the Jacksonville Jaguars, PGA TOUR, Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, and more!

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In 2019, we are offered free master’s degrees to 60 teachers from our Professional Development Schools.

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The College offers the only accredited American Sign Language, English Interpreting bachelor’s degree in Florida and the state’s only Early Childhood Education Leadership master’s degree.