The College of Education, Health, and Human Services is located on the university's Fairlane Center campus.

The UM-Dearborn main campus is located at 4901 Evergreen Road, Dearborn, MI, 48128 (map). View maps and directions.

The university's Fairlane Center campus is located at 19000 Hubbard Dr, Dearborn, MI 48126. View the College's location on Google maps.

    • Advising Offices (201-246 FCS, Quad C and Quad D)
    • Computer Labs (190 FCS and 194 FCS)
    • Conference Room (252 FCS)
    • Curriculum Knowledge Center (CKC) (267 FCS)
    • Dean's Office (253 FCS)
    • Faculty and Instructor Offices (201-246 FCS, Quad C and Quad D)
    • Field Placement Office (262 FCS)
    • Student Lounge (263 FCS)
    • Student Services (262 FCS)
  • It is the mission of the Office of Emergency Management to provide a safe and secure environment for all faculty, staff, students and visitors coming to the university and will strive to prevent the loss of life and reduce injuries and property damage during natural and man-made incidents/events through emergency management principles of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.

    Please visit the Office of Emergency Management webpage to review information about campus safety and emergency preparedness.

Technology Support

The College of Education, Health, and Human Services strives to provide state of the art technology and its related services to students.

  • The links below provide information about lab hours, printing services, wireless network access, courses access and technical support.

  • The College of Education, Health, and Human Services has two computer labs available for students. The labs are located at 190 and 194 FCS. All software required for CEHHS classes will be pre-installed on these lab computers.

    • FCS 190, LAB: is an open computer lab unless being used by a schedule course.
      • Hours Mon-Thu 9.00 am - 9.00 pm; Fridays 9:00 am - 5:00 pm; Saturdays and Sundays CLOSED
      • The lab closes during all UM-Dearborn honored holidays, breaks and campus closings.
    • FCS 194, LAB: is a computer lab for scheduled courses only.

    Other computer labs

    If the CEHHS lab is not available, try the ITS labs on main campus, or the Fairlane Center shared lab in 138 FCN. This lab is found along the hallway connecting the Fairlane Center North and South opposite the windows facing the courtyard. See the College of Business' Campus, Facilities and Technology page for the most current scheduling information.

  • The College of Education, Health, and Human Services requires students, faculty and staff to use their U-M addresses ( for all university-related email (e.g., related to courses, payroll and human resources questions, etc.).

    We do not recommend auto-forwarding your U-M email to a non-U-M email account. This is problematic in a number of ways. Instead, actively use your campus email regularly for both incoming and outgoing messages. Please note the following details explaining this policy.

    • First, by receiving email at your U-M email account, you will:
      • reduce or avoid having e-mail messages that were sent to you rejected by your provider based on such things as message size due to attachments, etc.
      • receive email faster, without the kinds of firewall delays that often occur at non-campus email accounts
      • avoid delays due to waiting periods or to requirements for administrator approvals that are often imposed at non-U-M e-mail systems and accounts
      • expediently receive campus-wide notifications
    • Second, by sending university-related or professional email only from your U-M e-mail account:
      • students will enable instructors’ easy and effective crediting of course assignments and exercises that may involve email
      • all can take advantage of growing technological conveniences—for instance an auto-complete function that "recognizes" other staff/faculty/students' official U-M email accounts
      • and all benefit more fully from the integration of technology systems and applications involving the email system, the U-M "username" (the part of the email address before the "@" sign), etc.
    • In addition, by using the U-M email system, we can
      • preserve the integrity and boundary of the instructional setting, for instance with regard to "fair use" provisions relating to use of copyrighted materials. (Courts have generally granted instructional domains greater latitude in use of published materials than pertains in other contexts. This domain is preserved and reinforced through exclusive use of the institutional email system and is eroded though use of other email addresses.)
      • take advantage of the stability associated with the U-M email system (For instance, by using your campus email you’ll contribute to the reduction of bounce-backs of emails that are common when people change accounts/providers but forget to update their autoforwarding options they may have set.) 

    Perhaps most important, by using the U-M email system and address—thereby prominently reinforcing the signifiers "umich" and "edu"—you’ll be benefiting from and reinforcing the positive identity that accrues from your membership in the common professional and academic community that the University of Michigan-Dearborn represents.