Welcome! If you want to change people’s lives, our college is the place for you. We empower our graduates to teach children from preschool through adulthood, help deliver babies and provide care and comfort to the elderly. Our graduates direct recreational programs that boost health and rejuvenate the spirit, and they help those who have lost the power of speech to regain it.
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We equip our students to pursue fulfilling careers in nursing, teaching, counseling, athletic training, speech-language pathology and many other caring professions.Find Your Calling
We have more than 160 full-time faculty members ready to help you grow. We can help you get started in research, community-based learning and much more.See How We Can Jumpstart Your Career
We are a top-tier research institution with millions of dollars in federal funding. This helps us pursue knowledge to enrich others, our communities and the future.Let’s Find Solutions Together
Alumni & Friends
COEHP alumni and friends are talented, diverse and dynamic. They make life better for Arkansans and people around the world as they carry out their work in the caring professions.Get Connected
We change lives. Our teachers, nurses, counselors and other professionals make the world a better place every day. Come join nearly 5,500 students in our internationally recognized programs.Ready to Make a Difference?
Ways to Give
Your support helps us deliver a high-quality education for our students, conduct meaningful research and strengthen engagement in Arkansas communities. Make a one-time gift or establish a permanent scholarship to support future education and health professions students. Or help fund the research and innovation of our faculty. There are a variety of opportunities.Secure Your Legacy
Learn about the College of Education and Health Professions
The college is the second largest college at the UofA with the largest graduate enrollment and is committed to fulfilling the university’s mission as a nationally competitive, student-centered research university serving Arkansas and the world.
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