Education & Human Services Campus Tours
The Welcome Center has partnered up with the College of Education and Human Services at UNF to create an Education & Human Services Campus Tour option for prospective students!
Come see what the College of Education and Human Services has to offer!
The College of Education and Human Services is committed to developing life-long learners who contribute to their communities and succeed in a changing world. Our graduates become difference makers in professionally and personally rewarding careers immediately upon graduation.
In the COEHS, we believe that everything begins with a student who wants to make a positive difference in the world. Whether you are interested in becoming a teacher, school administrator (in pre K-12 or in higher education), school counselor, interpreter, or a leader in the sport industry, we offer innovative and unique programs that will provide you the tools for success to have a career in these fields.
Our college offers undergraduate programs that prepare future and current educators through hands-on learning and clinical experience prior to graduation.
Many of our graduate programs are designed to accommodate working teachers and educators who are seeking graduate degrees in a wide variety of concentrations. Our Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (Ed.D) program is one of three doctorate programs offered at UNF, and is a member of the elite Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) consortium.
What is the difference between a campus tour and an Education & Human Services tour?
Your tour will be led by a group of knowledgeable and friendly Swooper and COEHS Ambassadors who are currently enrolled students at UNF and who are ready to show you around the College of Education and Human Services’ Tom and Betty Petway Hall. Hear about their experiences in the COEHS and learn about the many resources, support services, study abroad opportunities and labs available to you.
What to Expect:
- Hear from a representative of The College of Education & Human Services College
- Attend an admissions information session
- Meet current students through a guided campus tour
- Tour different facilities within the college such different classrooms and labs
- Hear about dozens of ways to get involved outside the classroom