Making a Difference

We change lives for the better.

See How

The College of Education and Health Professions improves education and health care in communities throughout Arkansas and beyond through research, innovative and meaningful education for our students, and mutually-beneficial outreach and engagement with our communities. We value collaboration, resilience, diversity, entrepreneurship and kindness as members of the caring professions.

Resources for Coronavirus Pandemic

The College has compiled a series of answers to common questions you may have on the Novel Coronavirus 2019.

COVID-19 Q&A Overview
Facilities + Maps

The college’s classrooms, labs and offices are mainly housed in four large buildings on campus. Other facilities are used as well. The new Department of Occupational Therapy moved into its renovated house in 2019.

Facilities + Maps Overview
Colleague

Colleague is the online magazine of the College of Education and Health Professions, presenting news about students, faculty, alumni and all aspects of the college.

Read Colleage News
Accreditation

Details of the records for national accreditation reviews of various academic units of the college are summarized.

Accreditation Overview
College Office of Diversity & Inclusion

The college’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion moves beyond norms, stereotypes and expectations because the college is atypical. We seek to reduce stigmas, break barriers and encourage equality and fairness.

College Office of Diversity & Inclusion Overview
History

Teacher education has been integral to the University of Arkansas since its founding in 1871. The nursing school had been added to the college as a department in 1987.

History Overview
US News Rankings

Various undergraduate and graduate programs have been ranked well by the respected annual college rankings of U.S. News & World Report. Its Best Places to Live continues to place Fayetteville within its Top 5.

US News Rankings Overview
Outreach

The college offers a number of education and health programs to benefit the greater Northwest Arkansas community and indeed the state.

Services to the Community

For Faculty & Staff

Forms & Resources

Links are provided here for many of the resources most often needed by faculty and staff, especially financial and personnel support services.

Forms & Resources Overview
Annual Reports

These documents discuss top achievements and changes with the college and its divisions as well as achievements of students, alumni and faculty. It reviews the budget, publications, student growth and new faculty.

Annual Reports Overview
College Council

The group represents faculty members, advising the dean on matters including general welfare, working conditions, and services performed by and for the faculty, policies on academic and research matters, and faculty awards and development. It also serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas among faculty.

College Council Overview
Staff Council

The group represents staff employees and provides opportunities for training/professional development, recognizes employees for superior service and acts as an advisory unit to the dean.

Staff Council Overview
College Course & Program Committee

This faculty committee reviews and advises the University Course and Program Committee on new courses, changes in existing courses, new degree programs and degree program modifications.

College Course & Program Committee Overview
College Leadership

The dean can be seen as a chief executive officer of a complex enterprise. The college’s chief facilitators are educators first. We serve students, giving them the best possible education.

College Leadership Diretory