The College of Education & Human Development serves not only our students, but the community as well. Through our community service, we reach people across the state of Georgia with after school programs, literacy clinics and other services. Our Office of Continuing Education offers classes to professionals who want to enrich their skills to meet the challenges of modern work environments.
Our programs are designed to provide intensive and comprehensive learning opportunities that improve student progress and teacher quality and performance. Click on each title to learn more about the program.
Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence
The Child Development Program, a part of the College of Education & Human Development, is comprised of two locations, the Lanette L. Suttles Child Development Center and the Capitol Hill Child Enrichment Center. The centers play a vital role in University research efforts, supports and develops teacher education programs, offers an ideal setting for students from a variety of disciplines to learn about young children through observation, interaction and research, and provides a model of "best practice" for Georgia's early learning professionals at all levels of the professional ladder.