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Our College is Highly Ranked within the State and Nation

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.


USU GearUp student in race car

Novel approach earns USU assistant professor national recognition

When two people talk, words are just one part of the conversation... Full story

Troy Shumway

Troy's climb

As a young man growing up with autism, Troy Shumway never dreamed he’d have the opportunity to go to college like his older siblings.

But the 20-year-old Carmel Valley man is now halfway through an adapted college program in Utah and he’s gone to the ends of the earth to make that same dream come true for another student next year.... Full story

Emily Lund

Study examines the acceptability of suicide among people with disabilities

A recent study may reveal that suicide is considered more acceptable if it’s contemplated by a person with a disability... Full story