Welcome to the University of Delaware’s College of Education and Human Development!
Our faculty and staff, who serve as teachers, researchers, mentors and advisors, challenge our students to become highly skilled professionals in the fields of education and human services.
We set high standards, allowing our students to start strong and finish strong. By integrating classwork with extensive field experience, our students are given the knowledge and tools to positively affect children and families, locally, nationally or around the globe. Our graduates have the opportunity to become the next generation of leaders – teachers, parent educators, early interventionists, directors of family and community services agencies – all skilled professionals who will make a positive difference in the lives of children, adults and families.
Students are encouraged to work hard, to study and learn. But also to explore all that our college has to offer, including a study abroad program, research opportunities, volunteer and service learning positions, internships and student groups.
To learn about all the exciting programs our College provides, please visit our Student Booklet. Each page features a student, alumni or faculty member who has personally benefited from their experiences here. With the wide range of opportunities available, our students find they gain the knowledge, skills, friendships and memories that last a lifetime.
Lynn Okagaki, PhD
Dean, College of Education and Human Development
Helping Our Community – Our programs benefit infants & children, parents, educators and more.
Our impact on the community – 2013 annual impact report info graphic.
Our History – Discover the roots of our college, dating back to 1914.
Contact Us – Contact information for our Dean’s office, academic units & support centers.
Locations – See where our buildings are located, find parking information and get directions.
UD’s Commitment to Diversity – Read UD’s commitment to ensuring everyone feels welcome and valued in our campus life.