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Union University

College of Education

College of Education at Union University

Be Transformed

Do you want your lifework to involve helping people?

The College of Education houses the School of Education and the Department of Physical Education, Wellness, and Sport. Uniting them is a desire to apply knowledge to transform the lives of people in the name of Christ.

The College has achieved national accreditation for Educator Preparation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

John FoubertWelcome!

Welcome to the College of Education! My name is John Foubert, and I'm honored to serve as the Dean of the College of Education. Our wonderful College includes two major areas. First, we have a School of Education and second, we have a Department of Physical Education, Wellness and Sport.

The faculty, staff, and I are proud of all that our great students accomplish. Whether you want to be a teacher, school administrator, higher education administrator, coach, or get into sport management, we are the College for you!

I hope you will peruse our webpage and learn how you fit in to our college as an applicant, student, faculty member, staff member, potential employee, or potential donor. Please feel free to reach out anytime I can be of assistance at .

God be with you.

John D. Foubert, Ph.D.

College Divisions

College Details

John Foubert, Dean for the College of Education; Professor of Education, BAC 61B,

Nancy Cherry, Associate Dean & Chair of Teaching and Learning; Professor of Education, BAC 65,

Andrew Courtner, Associate Dean & Chair of Educational Leadership; Director for the Doctor of Education in Higher Education Leadership Program; Director for the Thomas R. Rosebrough Center for Educational Practice; Associate Professor., BAC 58,

Linda Campbell, Assistant Dean, Germantown Campus; Associate Professor of Educational Leadership, UUG 109H,


Helen Fowler, Assistant to the Dean, BAC 57,

The mission of the College of Education is to prepare students for social service in ways that are reflective, pragmatic and consistent with Christ's teachings, whether it is to teach, to lead, to counsel, to assist, or to rehabilitate.