College of Education
College of Education at UCCS
Greetings students, alum, community partners, parents, and friends!
Welcome to the UCCS College of Education website. We hope you find these pages informative and engaging, highlighting the exciting programs we offer and the outstanding faculty, staff, and students that contribute to the success of our institution.
Southern Colorado Education Job Fair
Date: Saturday, March 16, 2024
Time: 9 am - 12:30 pm
Location: UCCS Cybersecurity Building
The UCCS College of Education is hosting a job fair on March 16, 2024, for employers and candidates to meet on campus. Employers can register here, We look forward to seeing you!
Why Choose the College of Education?
Department of Counseling & Human Services
If you are looking for a dynamic, accredited counseling program with an award winning faculty that focuses on quality counselor training in Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling, our department is just what you're looking for. This program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
Department of Leadership, Research, & Foundations
By enrolling in one of the excellent programs offered here, you have identified yourself as an educational leader. You are now embarking upon an adventure in learning. Through this program you will be in partnership with a faculty of outstanding professionals who are also leaders in the field of education. They have been selected because of their commitment to excellence, their outstanding record in teaching adults, and their ability to mentor and develop leaders.
Department of Teaching & Learning
The UCCS College of Education's Department of Teaching and Learning offers programs designed to prepare educators to embrace principles of equity, model and promote inquiry, and implement innovative practices to engage students and help them realize their full potential.
Office of Inclusive Services (OIS)
The Office of Inclusive Services at UCCS provides students with intellectual disabilities support to meaningfully access academic, career, and social activities on campus.
Students receive individualized services from trained mentors, peer volunteers, and faculty, designed to meet their learning needs and career aspirations.
As a fully matriculated student:
- Earn a nationally recognized certificate
- Take two to three courses in line with your career goals
- Participate in internships
- Join clubs and participate in campus activities
- Create a personal portfolio
- Develop opportunities for off-campus employment
- Set goals and develop a clear career path
For more information please contact the Office of Inclusive Services at 719-255-4214 or email@example.com.