Prospective Students

Why choose the Education and Human Services Residential College (EHSRC)?
The EHSRC is committed to provide the highest quality educational experiences to support exploration and discovery among future education and human service leaders. By participating, students explore emerging ideas, engage in campus events and create connections with others who share a commitment to enhancing life and learning. Through their shared experiences , students expand their understanding of self and the issues facing our increasingly diverse and complex world. Field experiences, internships, service learning opportunities and study abroad programs enhance our college's professional programs. The residential college provides more opportunities for pre-professional students to work collegially with fellow students and faculty from their particular fields of study.

Since beginning in 2005, when compared with similar studentsEHSRC members consistently take and complete more credit hours with greater success, have significantly higher grade point averages, enjoy more educational opportunities, demonstrate greater confidence and leadership ability, engage in more civic an​d community service opportunities and graduate in less time.

The Education and Human Services Residential College is a great place for students who:

  • Agree to participate in a structured program with required activities and required documentation that lead to greater success in college.
  • Will make a commitment to meet all requirements for each semester by reading and signing the EHSRC Commitment Agreement.
  • Are committed to successfully completing their college education and reaching their goals.

Am I eligible?

Students that are interested in majoring any of the following areas can be part of the EHSRC community:

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