Inspiring Minds, Empowering Communities
Welcome to the College of Education and Professional Studies at the University of West Florida. We offer programs that prepare our students to tackle the challenges of the 21st Century by developing important skills that prepare them to enter the workforce or graduate school. Through innovative curriculum and challenging courses taught by high quality faculty and experienced practitioners, we provide our students with the foundation for a successful career.
Fall 2020 Welcome
Welcome to all of those who are new to the UWF community, and welcome back to our returning students. Please take a moment to read this important welcome back message from College of Education and Professional Studies Dean William Crawley.
This is a return to fall unlike any other. We encourage you to familarize yourself with the Returning to UWF Plan to learn important information about the health and safety of our community, available resources, Frequently Asked Questions, and much more. We are committed to working together to ensure a safe and productive learning environment for all.
Harrison Peters - BS in Elementary Education
After a family tragedy forced him to live with his Grandmother, Harrison Peters struggled to find his place in the world. Labeled a lost cause, one teacher saw the potential in him, and inspired Harrison to enroll at the University of West Florida. Now, he serves as Chief of Schools for Hillsborough County and works to impact kids the same way his teacher impacted him many years ago.
- Fri, 04 Sep 2020 13:50:04 GMTEmerald Coast Writing Project hosts first-ever virtual summer institute
- Mon, 22 Jun 2020 13:42:39 GMTUWF teacher education programs receive CAEP accreditation
- Fri, 17 Apr 2020 15:41:28 GMTArgos adapt amid COVID-19
Stay up-to-date on all the happenings in the College of Education and Professional Studies. The CEPS eBulletin is emailed once per week, usually on Wednesday.
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