Judith Herb College of Education

2020-2021 Graduate Catalog

COLLEGE MISSION AND VISION

The mission of the Judith Herb College of Education is to prepare educators, instructional leaders, and scholars who are capable of constructing and sustaining effective learning environments through the development and practice of innovative educational theories and pedagogical approaches.
 

Vision: Shaping the future of education for an ever-changing world.

Our graduates go on to serve as leaders in a variety of fields, both academic and professional. While our students and alumni may appear to have diverse interests, they have one thing in common – they are deeply committed to serving others and to making their communities, their state, their nation, and their world a better place. Our faculty has much to offer and they are committed to supporting our students and the larger community.

ACCREDITATION

The Judith Herb College of Education is fully accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). This accreditation status is effective between fall 2016 and fall of 2023. The next on-site visit will take place in spring 2023.

COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Raymond Witte, dean
Gillham Hall Room 3100K
Phone: 419.530.6126
Fax: 419.530.7719
raymond.witte@utoledo.edu 

Dr. Rebecca Schneider, associate dean of graduate studies
Gillham Hall Room 3100H
Phone: 419.530.2504
Fax: 419.530.7719
rebecca.schneider@utoledo.edu