It is with a grateful heart that I welcome you to the College of Education and Human Development at Augusta University.
Our college has a broad spectrum of programs that touch areas such as Counseling, Kinesiology, School Leadership and Teacher Education. Out of that breadth of interest emerges a core belief that in our diversity we find strength.
Our faculty and staff are committed to high-impact practice within the context of a caring community, and produce innovative research that seeks to address matters related to mental health, physical well-being, intellectual growth and moral development. To put it simply, we are invested in developing good, decent, thoughtful people who can make our world a better place in which to live.
The College of Education and Human Development faculty and staff share a commitment to our students. Together, we know we can make for a better life for all individuals because the College of Education programs offer relevant, responsive, and respected courses of study - and from those studies come our graduates, who are energized to make a difference.
Come join us at the College of Education and Human Development as we make a difference. With your presence, we can do remarkable things.
The College of Education and Human Development is committed to being Relevant, Responsive, and Respected in our instruction, research, service, and collaborations.
The College of Education and Human Development at Augusta University will be recognized for its transformative and innovative practices anchored in a spirit of collaboration and community engagement.
The College of Education and Human Development values mirror those of Augusta University and include collegiality, compassion, excellence, inclusivity, integrity, and leadership.
Engagement between a great research University and strong local, state, national, and international partners will be the lens through which programs will be viewed to determine distinctiveness. Professional Distinction is achieved when outstanding learning and leadership are seen in these three area: Programs, Students, and Faculty. The outcomes of this work will be: prepared, able and responsive professionals; interdependent professional communities of learners focused on transformation and reform; and sustainable partnerships that cross over perceived boundaries to address educational and community challenges.