Benedictine University is an inclusive academic community dedicated to teaching and learning, scholarship and service, truth and justice, as inspired by the Catholic intellectual tradition, the social teaching of the Church, and the principles of wisdom in the Rule of St. Benedict.
Benedictine University aspires to be a thought leader in Catholic higher education. We seek to provide a transformative and integrative educational experience grounded in Benedictine values, helping students shape lives of meaning and purpose as engaged citizens who care for the earth, welcome people of diverse faiths and cultures, and promote the common good.
Nutrition Major, Kelsey Bartlow, Senior, was the College of Education and Health Services' recipient of the 2016 Award in Academic Honors.Read more!
MPH student, Kate Kornfeind, is the 2017 recipient of the Illinois Public Health Association's Distinguished Public Health Student of the Year Award. (Only one student receives this award in our state each year.) Previous Benedictine University MPH students who have also achieved this honor are Amar Pandya in 2016 and Rebecca Carlstrom in 2014.
Improving health and education is a critical concern for every community. Our college helps students seeking to make a difference in these areas by developing their sense of service, enhanced by the Benedictine value of concern for others.
Our Mission To prepare professionals in education and health committed to ethical practice, scholarship, leadership, and service to society.
Our Vision Our graduates will have a positive impact on health and education outcomes of the diverse communities they serve.
Welcome to the College of Education and Health Services! Our college is one where students have the opportunity to grow intellectually, act with honor and integrity, and learn through service to others.
Richard Campbell, Ed.D Acting Dean, College of Education and Health Services
College of Education and Health Services
Richard Campbell, Ed.D. Acting Dean of the College of Education and Health Services