CEHD Student Services includes several support resources that help you meet your academic and career goals:
CEHD Student Services partners with TRIO educational opportunity programs to support students from disadvantaged and underrepresented backgrounds in the pursuit of a college degree. These programs include TRIO Student Support Services, which is part of President's Emerging Scholars, TRIO McNair, and TRIO Upward Bound.
Contact CEHD Student Services at email@example.com or
We affirm the contributions of all people in our community. Diversity and equity are at the core of our mission in the College of Education and Human Development.
We explicitly reject bias, discrimination, and exclusion on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
We all are responsible for recognizing, confronting, and addressing bias and discrimination and diligently working for positive change in support of equity and diversity.
- Statement created and approved by CEHD Directors of Graduate Studies, Spring 2017; adopted by CEHD, Summer 2017.
The CEHD Undergraduate Student Board promotes community building, student leadership, and interaction. Through events and community volunteering, the board supports current CEHD students in building friendships, making connections, and contributing our voices to CEHD leadership to improve the CEHD student experience.
Campus climate conversations
Na'im Madyun, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, Diversity, and Outreach, sponsors campus climate conversations for students to talk about their experiences as a CEHD student.
CEHD Alumni Society Board Undergraduate Networking Event
The CEHD Alumni Society sponsors an annual networking event for CEHD undergraduate students to meet CEHD alumni working in a variety of professions.
CEHD Career Services
CEHD Career Services offers several events throughout the academic year, from practice interviews with employers to major-specific career events.
CEHD is home, literally and metaphorically. I have worked in CEHD Student Services for more than two years and during that time I have gotten a chance to explore, evolve, and embrace my true self. I am thankful for the CEHD community for the relentless support I have received throughout my college experience.
Dee Anand, '19
Human Resource Development major, Sociology minor
There are many student support resources at the U of M to help you succeed. Student Academic Success Services provides academic skills coaching and other resources and the Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence provides tutoring and other supports. The Student Mental Health website provides links to different resources on campus related to mental health and wellness.
The Campus Climate website features news, events, and resources related to campus climate.
Each semester, the college publishes a Dean's List, which includes students who achieve a 3.666 GPA or higher, complete at least 12 A/F credits, and receive no N grades.
We send a monthly Career Services newsletter to all CEHD students with links to job and internship opportunities, events, and more. Second-year students receive a newsletter as part of the Second-Year Experience program. We also host events for CEHD commuter students.