|College of Education and Human Services
Established in 1922 as a normal school for the preparation of teachers, Murray State is and has always been rooted in training exceptional educators and leaders. While preparing and training tomorrow’s teachers is still one of our most important works, the College of Education and Human Services has extended its scope to training leaders in other service professions, such as social work, criminal justice, nonprofit management, recreation and speech pathology.
With the rising cost of education, providing an authentic and engaging student-centered, academic experience for our students can be challenging. To learn more about making a difference by financially supporting our students scholarships, faculty’s professional development and/or academic program and technology needs, contact me to talk about your interest.
With more than 600,000 visitors to the University Libraries last year, we know that Murray State Libraries is offering resources integral to the academic success of our students and faculty. In addition, University Libraries works diligently to balance the preservation of our regional history in Wrather Museum and Pogue Library with implementing the latest in technology, collections and databases for those we serve through Waterfield Library. In order to pursue emerging technologies and provide hand-on services to our students, your support is vital. To learn more about the exciting plans for University Libraries and how you can be a part of our growth and success, contact me to today.