About the College of Education and Human Ecology
What We Stand For
We make lives better … together.
We’re pushing the boundaries to solve problems with bold purpose and informed resolve. And we do it by valuing a diversity of ideas – from visionaries hailing from big cities and small towns; from first-generation students and second-career dreamers; from people of all faiths, colors and genders.
Our strength is in our differences, and it’s how we’ll be a force for change.
in transformative high-impact teaching, research, and service devoted to our students and community
in our plans, actions, and outcomes especially in the face of challenging circumstances and in the absence of agreement
in creating a community that is inclusive and equitable in representation, language, action, and behavior
in a continuous process of discovery that is solution focused and community based
in cultivating an academic community with global awareness and engagement
- Don Pope-Davis, Dean
Creating education leaders at the forefront of creating sound educational policy. With experts in a broad range of disciplines, students get unique one-on-one experiences in highly sought after and nationally ranked master’s and doctoral degrees.
Advancing human experiences through several multidisciplinary programs designed so you can take what you learn to shape social behaviors and improve health, wellness and consumer experiences for individuals and communities.
The No. 1 place in Ohio preparing educators of tomorrow. Our innovative and nationally ranked programs equip students with the knowledge, skills and convictions to teach learners from all backgrounds and lead advances in education research.
Diversity @ EHE
A commitment to recognizing and supporting diversity is at the core of all of the work at the College of Education and Human Ecology. EHE’s focus on diversity and inclusion can be found in our events, our education opportunities and in our culture.
Research @ EHE
From Fulbright scholars to undergraduate students, multidisciplinary research at the College of Education and Human Ecology is creating new knowledge in education, health and wellness and business.
History of EHE
Facts About EHE
3,797 Undergraduate Students
External Research Grants Awarded
173 Tenure-Track Faculty
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Ohio State educator preparation programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) through 2026. Managed by the Office of Accreditation, Placement, and Licensure (APL), we also help pre-service educators secure field experiences and obtain licensure in Ohio.