College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences is home to WKU's nationally recognized clinical preparation programs. These programs focus on our community's future teachers, counselors, psychologists, and leaders. The college's mission is to prepare students to lead and serve as change agents in our global society.
Become A Future Hilltopper
With The College of Education
and Behavioral Sciences
To learn more and become a part of CEBS’s vibrant and diverse community, please visit our prospective student’s page to launch your future as a Hilltopper.
The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences at WKU offers degree tracks in Psychology, Teacher Education, Organizational Leadership, Counseling and Student Affairs, Educational Leadership and Administration, Military Science, as well as Workforce Administration.
Gary A. Ransdell Hall
Gary A. Ransdell Hall houses the Office of the CEBS Dean, the departments of Educational Administration, Leadership & Research, Counseling & Student Affairs, and Psychology, as well as the School of Teacher Education, the Center for Gifted Studies, the WKU Literacy Center and much more.
About The College
Exceptional faculty. Exceptional staff. Exceptional experience.
Scholarship Opportunities & Financial Support
WKU offers generous scholarships that may help you further reduce the cost of the Hilltopper experience.
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Events in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
Residence Halls Remain OPEN for Thanksgiving Break*
- Location: All Residence Halls
- Time: All Day