College of Education Centers
Center for Educational Leadership and Service
The Center for Educational Leadership and Service (CELS) supports the development of leadership capacity in P-12 partner schools through sponsored research and professional development activities.
Center for International Schooling
The Center for International Schooling promotes cross-cultural educational awareness among students and faculty of the College.
Georgia Center for Educational Renewal
The Georgia Center for Educational Renewal conducts research and identifies its applications to practice for education renewal and/or reform in P-16 schools. It also focuses on educator preparation to facilitate improved teaching and learning in schools, especially for under-served populations. The Center is committed to closing the gaps between research and practice, the university and the schools and in the achievement of minority/majority students.
Graduate Academic Services Center
The Graduate Academic Services Center provides a comprehensive graduate experience beginning with recruiting prospective graduate students to providing student support from program entry through graduation. The Center also provides faculty support through collecting, processing, and interpreting assessment data for all College of Education graduate programs.
Instructional Resources Center
The Instructional Resources Center is here to provide students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to work in the best possible environment. We offer up-to-date computers, printers, and children's book collection, as well as other educational print materials.
National Youth-At-Risk Center
The National Youth-At-Risk (NYAR) Center develops, coordinates, and extends further the ongoing efforts of the College of Education to foster the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical well-being of youth placed at risk by providing professional development, research support, and resource assistance for educators serving these youth within the geographical service region of Georgia Southern and beyond.
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center (SSC) provides academic advisement for individuals seeking initial teacher certification. Undergraduate students in the College of Education are advised each term by appointment and/or walk in hours.