College of Education and Professional Studies

Did You Know?

The job prospects for graduates of our programs remain strong. A recent survey by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) indicates that the national demand over the coming year and beyond for occupational safety and health services will significantly surpass the number of men and women with the necessary training, education and experience. Although employers plan to hire at least 25,000 occupational safety and health professionals over the next five years, only about 12,000 new graduates are expected to be available from the academic programs that provide the national pool of expertise.


Technical Support

The college Technology Team provides support for CEPS faculty and staff desktop computers, computer labs, PASS-PORT, and related systems. If you need help but you aren't sure whom to contact, see below.

I need help with...

Classroom Technology

Computer Lab Technology

Faculty/Staff Office Technology

PASS-PORT Electronic Portfolio

The Website

Other

If your problem is not addressed by this list, or you're still unsure of whom to contact, Rod Edwards is the Technology Team Coordinator for the college and would be happy to assist you.