Office of the Dean

Jerry and Vickie Moyes College of Education Mission and Goals

The Moyes College of Education is committed to developing and maintaining healthy and responsible individuals, families, and schools in a global and diverse society through roles related to the preparation and support of practitioners and educators, service to campus and community, and the discovery and advancement of knowledge.

Students completing baccalaureate programs in the Jerry and Vickie Moyes College of Education will be granted either the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science degree. The College also grants Masters degrees in Curriculum and Instruction and Athletic Training.

The College supports the five Weber State University overarching goals.  

 

1.  To create an outstanding, learner-centered experience in a multi-    

     campus environment,

 

2.  To support students, faculty and the community through technology, administrative systems, outstanding service and the physical campus,

 

3.  To develop a campus environment of support and engagement for students, faculty and staff,


4.  To foster connections and support with /from external communities,


5.  To enhance the campus environment through inclusion and diversity.

 

 


 

OFFICE OF THE DEAN

Jack Rasmussen, PhD
Dean and Professor

Office hours
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. MST
Monday - Friday

Phone 801-626-6273
Fax  801-626-7427

Building location
McKay Education Bldg
Room 228

Mailing address
Weber State University
Moyes College of Education
1302 University Circle
Ogden, UT 84408-1302

Dean's Office Staff

College Committee Assignments

Documents: 

MCOE Adjunct Handbook

WSU Policies and Procedures Manual

College of Education Tenure Document (html)

College of Education Tenure Document (pdf) 

Endowment Application

MCOE 2010-11 Annual Report

MCOE Opening of School: 2014

Student Clubs & Organizations

 

 

Funding Sources:

Campus Funding Sources

Staff Development