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New undergraduate minor in Addiction Studies is now available! 
Please visit the Addiction Studies Minor homepage, for more information. 

Register for the MountainEAR 5K
The annual MountainEAR 5K will be held on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at the Marilla Recreation Center in Morgantown. The event will start promptly at 10:00 a.m. and refreshments will be provided. Register by March 20, 2018 for a FREE t-shirt guaranteed in your size. This event is sponsored by the Student Academy of Audiology and all proceeds will benefit the Hugh Lindsay Hearing Aid Fund and the WVU Speech & Hearing Clinics.
Register for the MountainEAR 5K, today

Participate in the 2018 CEHS Celebration of Scholars Student Research Poster Fair Event
Undergraduate and/or graduate students who are conducting undergraduate research projects, capstone projects, masters’ theses, or dissertation research – either independently or in collaboration with faculty members – are encouraged to submit their research for public presentation at the Student Research Poster Fair at the 2018 Celebration of Scholars Event on April 9. Cash prizes are awarded to those with the best presentations. Visit the Celebration of Scholars event page for more information.

Free Hearing Screenings!
Senior Audiology Lab students will be providing complimentary hearing screenings to students, faculty, staff and friends of Allen Hall. As part of a healthy lifestyle it is recommended that you have your hearing screened. Our students will check to make sure your ears are free of obstructive ear wax and complete a quick easy pure tone screening. Screenings will be held in Room 700 A – Allen Hall on April 5th and April 10th from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Contact Shari Crowder to schedule your appointment. 304-293-2425 or email at swcrowder@mail.wvu.edu.


Student Research Resources and Funding

Teacher Education Resources


Graduate Assistant Positions

CEHS often has graduate assistant (G.A.) positions available to our graduate students. There are many benefits to obtaining a graduate assistant position, including work experience in your field of study to add to your professional resume, mentorships with our knowledgeable faculty to enrich your study, and university tuition waivers.

View Available G.A. Positions

Student Ambassadors

Have questions about student life at West Virginia University? Ask one of our Student Ambassadors!

The CEHS Student Ambassadors is an honorary group of 6-12 students selected from undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Education and Human Services. They provide service to the College through participation in recruitment and alumni events and in forming close relationships with alumni and students.

To learn more, please visit our Student Ambassadors page.


Student Organizations

There are several student organizations available for CEHS Students to participate in. For more information and organization descriptions, please visit the Student Organizations page.


About Allen Hall

The College of Education and Human Services is located in Allen Hall on the WVU Evansdale Campus. To learn more and to view campus and parking maps, please visit the About Allen Hall page.


Is your CEHS program or student organization interested in holding a bake sale or other fundraiser in Allen Hall? If so, please complete and submit the Request Space in Allen Hall online form.

Guide to WVU

A guide written by students for students, to help answer many questions on the minds of those considering or already attending CEHS. Katie Marsh and Samantha Murdock (students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders) used their experiences as CEHS students to develop this comprehensive document so that incoming students would have information they need to successfully navigate and enjoy student life, WVU, CEHS, and Morgantown.

Download and Print the Guide to WVU

Information for Graduating Students