The School of Education & Human Services

The School of Education and Human Services (SEHS) is comprised of the Education Department, the Social Work Department, the Center for Educator Preparation, and Early Childhood Community Programs—which include the Early Childhood Development Center and other programs.

SEHS does more than teach students how to become social workers and educators. We prepare them with engaged learning experiences to give them first-hand practice before entering the job market. From field experiences for social workers to student teaching opportunities for future educators, SEHS goes beyond the classroom to transform lives and communities. 

SEHS News and Events

UM-Flint honors area teachers and administrators at “Celebrating Educators” event

UM-Flint honors area teachers and administrators at “Celebrating Educators” event

The University of Michigan-Flint held its inaugural “Celebrating Educators, Alumni, and Friends” event October 26, where six local educators were honored.

UM-Flint experts discuss technology addiction, anti-fascism, social media and politics, Eminem v. Trump, and the opioid crisis

UM-Flint experts discuss technology addiction, anti-fascism, social media and politics, Eminem v. Trump, and the opioid crisis

UM-Flint faculty experts on the topics of technology addiction, anti-fascism, social media and politics, Eminem v. Trump, and the opioid crisis.

In the News: UM-Flint experts discuss technology addiction, anti-fascism, social media and politics, Eminem v. Trump, and the opioid crisis

In the News: UM-Flint experts discuss technology addiction, anti-fascism, social media and politics, Eminem v. Trump, and the opioid crisis

UM-Flint faculty experts on the topics of technology addiction, anti-fascism, social media and politics, Eminem v. Trump, and the opioid crisis.

UM-Flint and area partners promote dialogue through literacy

UM-Flint and area partners promote dialogue through literacy

The University of Michigan-Flint is a partner in the second annual community-wide literacy initiative, Community Read.