CEHS Homepage Slider Block

Welcome

The College of Education and Human Services is in its fifth decade of service to the region, the state, and the nation and takes pride in the foundation it has laid as an institution and the difference it has made in the lives of our current and former students.

CEHS Trivia Night

Fri
30
Sep
Join us for the third annual College of Education and Human Services Trivia Night!

Open to all, this event is the College of Education and Human Services' signature homecoming event! Test your trivia skills for a chance to get your team's name on the Trivia Night Plaque—and for bragging Wrights, of course!

Register your table of 8 today for $150. Table purchase includes five rounds of trivia, appetizers, and one drink ticket for each guest. Cash bar will be available.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for $250 and includes the same table of 8 benefits in addition to sponsor recognition during the program, on the screen during one of the 5 rounds of trivia, and on the scorecards

To register, click here!

Raffles and special Wright State trivia questions will be aplenty! All proceeds from the raffle will benefit CEHS student scholarship funds.

CEHS Welcomes New Dean

The College of Education and Human Services at Wright State University, an influential force in Ohio and beyond for preparing high quality professionals who are change agents in society, recently welcomed Dr. Joseph E. Keferl as the new dean.  

Dr. Keferl obtained his bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation services-mental health from Wright State, his master’s degrees in rehabilitation counseling-severe disability and rehabilitation counseling-chem dependency from Wright State and his doctorate in rehabilitation from Southern Illinois University. From 2001 to 2012, Keferl coordinated graduate programs in rehabilitation counseling at Wright State, taught courses in rehabilitation counseling in addictions, supervised clinical practicum and internship experiences and conducted research in addiction, employment of people with disabilities and ethics. From 2012 to 2015, Dr. Keferl was the associate dean for the College of Education and Human Services. 

He was named Educator of the Year by the National Council of Rehabilitation Education in 2012, Wright State University Advisor of the Year in 2012, and Wright State University Graduate School Alumni of the Year in 2015.

 

Our Departments

Tradition of Excellence

us-news.jpg

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the Wright State Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction as No. 17 in the nation among online graduate education programs. Wright State was also ranked No. 7 among 52 four-year Ohio colleges for Teacher Education in the "Top Colleges in Ohio: Shaping the Next Generation" database. Learn more about these program and our other nationally-ranked and highly-regarded programs in Education, Leadership, and Human Services concentrations.

Admissions

"Offering diverse programs and concentrations"

Admission to the programs in our college will vary by program. Please consult the website for the program you are interested in for details.

Fri
30
Sep
5:30 pm
Endeavor Room, Student Union
Fri
30
Sep
7 pm
Student Union Apollo Room, 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Wed
5
Oct
Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH

Our Stories

John and Shirley Berry commit $1.5 million to student success initiatives at Wright State

In appreciation of the Berrys' gift, Wright State named the 220-seat auditorium in the Student Success Center the John and Shirley ’77 Berry Auditorium.
Continue reading in Wright State Newsroom

Wright State’s first president Brage Golding dies

Known as an innovator with an entrepreneurial spirit, Brage Golding served as Wright State’s president from 1966 to 1972.
Continue reading in Wright State Newsroom

Steller performance

Wright State graduate student Lindsey Steller wears many hats
Lindsey Steller, a grad student in the student affairs in higher education program, works in the Student Activities office, is president of a grad student organization and is adviser for the Black Student Union and Raiderthon.
Continue reading in Wright State Newsroom

National docu-series on Dayton’s heroin use premieres at Wright State

“America Divided,” an eight-part docu-series highlighting different issues of inequality in the United States, was screened at Wright State.
Continue reading in Wright State Newsroom