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 includes the Early Childhood Development Center and other programs.

SEHS does more than teach students how to become social workers and educators, but prepares 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.

SEHS News and Events

“Black Male Summit” Helps Flint Youth Envision Success

“Black Male Summit” Helps Flint Youth Envision Success

Set for January 14 in Flint, the Black Male Summit offers personal and career guidance for Flint-area minority students and UM-Flint students.

UM-Flint Earns U.S. News Recognition for Online Programs

UM-Flint Earns U.S. News Recognition for Online Programs

UM-Flint has been recognized by the U.S. News & World Report in its “Best Online Programs” rankings, with the university ranked 16th in the entire nation for online graduate nursing programs.

UM-Flint Social Work Welcomes South African Visiting Scholar

UM-Flint Social Work Welcomes South African Visiting Scholar

The UM-Flint Social Work Department’s "Intercultural Dialogues" event on January 13 features Nenekazi Melody Gxashe, a South African scholar who specializes in social development and generalist practice.

UM-Flint Alumnus Helps Others Access Higher Education

UM-Flint Alumnus Helps Others Access Higher Education

Clarence “Cee Jay” Jennings, Jr. (’02, ’06) epitomizes the UM-Flint experience for both students and alumni over the past 60 years.