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"White Waves" by Jeremy Jensen

Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services

CEHS has consistently been the top-ranked graduate school of education in Utah, ranking in the top 50 nationwide for more than a decade, according to U.S. News & World Report. It is home to eight departments and three stand-alone centers. The college's numerous programs involve undergraduate and graduate students in research, professional, and clinical experiences that change lives in the community and prepare graduates for careers that help people.


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Pioneering Study Identifies Risk for Veteran Homelessness

A pioneering study reveals that a hugely disproportionate number of homeless veterans were separated from the military for misconduct... Full story

School Counselor Training Aims to Send More Utahans to Higher Ed

Amid the droves of people going back to school are a number of high school counselors. Their ultimate objective: get even more high schoolers to obtain a degree... Full Story

Our College is Highly Ranked within the State and Nationally

Look and just some of the numbers, facts, and ranking for the College... See More