We hope you will enjoy learning more about the UMSL College of Education!
We hope you will enjoy learning more about the UMSL College of Education!

UMSL ranked on Military Times ‘Best for Vets: Colleges’ list for 9th consecutive year

The University of Missouri–St. Louis has continually worked to support its military-connected students, cultivating an environment where they can fully pursue their educational and career goals. In recognition of these efforts, Military Times included UMSL on its “Best for Vets: Colleges” list for the ninth consecutive year. The university was ranked No. 123 nationally, including 16th in the central region.


UMSL receives $3 million grant for new school counseling partnership with Riverview Gardens School District

UMSL Assistant Professor Dr. Mary Edwin and Associate Professor Dr. Emily Brown collaborated to develop the Partnership for Antiracist Counselor Training (PACT) program, which will place 64 UMSL counseling interns in 13 high-need schools.

UMSL COE Teach in 12 graduate Sam Cross makes math education approachable

Sam Cross will graduate from the College of Education’s Teach in 12 program this weekend. Cross, who has a background in economics and statistics, worked as a data analyst before deciding to change career paths.
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Student organizations foster community and connections on campus 

Organizations such as the UMSL Chess Club are connecting students across campus. Founded by Corey Hancock, Counseling PhD student, the Chess Club plans to increase its event programming throughout the year, with anticipation to attend at least one competitive chess tournament at the St. Louis Chess Club. 

UMSL Succeed Student Lawrence Sapp is Making Waves at UMSL and around the world!

UMSL student Lawrence Sapp has been a member of Team USA Swimming since 2017, when he won gold in the 100-meter backstroke at the World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City.


Circle of Educators Virtual Conversations in Education Series


Artificial Intelligence is everywhere – in our schools, workplaces and more! Join UMSL College of Education faculty member Dr. Keith Miller, Orthwein Endowed Professor for Life-Long Learning in the Sciences, and his UMSL Computer Science colleagues Dr. Badri Adhikari and Dr. Sharlee Climer, for an interactive and thought-provoking conversation to investigate the latest research. Discover how educators and communities alike can grapple with the increase in newfound AI platforms and how to best incorporate these tools into their classrooms and practice.

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Now Accepting Applications for the EdD Program 

Ready to boost your career and advance your scholarship in educational practice? Consider applying to the UMSL Doctor of Education (EdD) in Educational Practice program! 
This three-to-three-and-a-half-year program is designed as a cohort model that is formed around a central theme. Join us for Fall 2024!  
More information: https://www.umsl.edu/degrees/doctorate/edd-educational-practice.html

Educational Specialist in School Psychology

A three-year, cohort-based program culminating in the degree, state certification, and the National Certified School Psychologist credential.

UMSL Office of Inclusive Postsecondary Education offers scholarships for 2024 Summer Camp

UMSL Office of Inclusive Postsecondary Education (formerly UMSL Succeed Program) has partnered with The St. Louis Office for Developmental Disability Resources to offer 10 scholarships for our 2024 summer camp. If you are a high school student (especially junior or senior students) residing in the City of St. Louis or attending St. Louis Public Schools and have documented developmental disabilities, this is your chance! We have several upcoming open houses. Please join us to learn more about inclusive postsecondary education.

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  • UMSL New Student Orientation:   January 12, 2024
  • Spring 2024 Semester Begins:  January 16, 2024
  • Circle of Educators Virtual Conversations in Education Series February 20, 2024
  • Alternative Certification Virtual Info Night:  Spring 2024 (details to be announced)
  • New Admitted Student Weekend:  April 5-6, 2024



In-Person and Virtual Campus Tours

Admissions team members in the Welcome Center have been conducting in-person tours. Come check out our campus and stop by the College of Education!  Virtual tours are also available.

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David A. Stofer, Ed.S.

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