Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate learning that makes a difference

At the College of Education, Health, and Human Services (CEHHS), our undergraduate programs help develop the skills and experiences to both transform your life and make a difference in your community. With a wide variety of undergraduate programs, minors and certificates, students can focus on the ways in which they hope to improve their world, whether that is working in human services and health with programs such as Public Health and Child Life or focused on education with degrees such as Educational Technology or Children and Families or teacher certification.

Undergraduate Student Information

In order to make things a little easier for our undergraduate students, we have provided a collection of useful resources and links below.

The Office of the Registrar website has a lot of useful information about how to register including links explaining how to add and drop courses.  The Academic Calendar lists key dates such as the start of classes, holiday breaks and add/drop deadlines.  Students will also find descriptions of the waitlist policy and the registration timetable, which shows when you can start to register based on the number of credits you have completed.  The Registration Restrictions page outlines the various messages students may encounter when trying to register for a class.  If you should happen to get one of these messages you can always feel free to contact the CEHHS Office of Student Success for assistance and questions.

CEHHS Resources