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Belhaven Named College of Distinction

Desribe Image HereBelhaven University was honored for the fifth consecutive year as a College of Distinction. The 2014-2015 College of Distinction designation is given to select schools to honor  ... | Read More

Dr. Sandra Rasberry Retires from School of Education

After 26 years of devoted service at Belhaven University, Dr. Sandra Rasberry is retiring at the end of this academic year. Dr. Rasberry started teaching at Belhaven in 1988 ... | Read More

2014 Belhaven University Honors Convocation

The Belhaven University Honors Convocation awarded some of the highest academic honors to the year's top performing students on April 15, 2014 at the Center for the Arts Concert Hall. ... | Read More

Advance Registration for May and Summer Classes

A new academic term is quickly approaching and that means advance registration for May and summer classes will open on the week of March 24-28. Get an early start on planning your next term ... | Read More

2014 Belhaven University Career Fair

The 2014 Belhaven Career Fair is this Thursday, February 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Student Center. This career fair draws top employers in the Jackson area and statewide ... | Read More

2014 Belhaven Career Boot Camp

Career Services is hosting its annual Belhaven Career Boot Camp for our traditional students on February 13 in the Student Center. This year’s boot camp will host ... | Read More

MED in Reading Literacy Offered at Three Campuses

Belhaven University is pleased to announce the addition of a new degree now offered at three of our branch campuses. A Master of Education in Reading Literacy is available at ... | Read More

Belhaven Awarded America’s 100 Best College Buys Title

Belhaven University is one of only a 100 universities in the country that received the distinction of America’s 100 Best College Buys. This is the eleventh consecutive year Belhaven was recognized for its ... | Read More

Belhaven Ranked A Top Regional University in the South

U.S. News & World Report ranked Belhaven University a top regional university in the South on the 2014 Best Colleges list. Dr. Roger Parrott, President of Belhaven University, said, “We are ... | Read More

Graduate School Fair and Majors Fair 2013

Belhaven’s annual Graduate School Fair on Thursday, October 24 is an opportunity for students to learn more and connect with graduate programs. The Majors Fair is the newest addition ... | Read More

Belhaven University Named a College of Distinction

For a fourth year, Belhaven University was honored as a College of Distinction for the 2013-2014 school year. The College of Distinction designation is given to select schools to honor ... | Read More

Elementary Education Major Awarded Scholarship

Kelsey Wieberdink, a senior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, was recently selected to receive a $500 scholarship from Mississippi Professional Educators (MPE). ... | Read More

Belhaven Honors Convocation 2013

Belhaven University's Honors Convocation awarded some of the highest academic honors to the year's top performing students on April 9, 2013 at the Center for the Arts Concert Hall. ... | Read More

Master of Education Online Adds Two New Emphases

The Master of Education (MED) program for Belhaven Online now includes an emphasis in both technology and national board education. These new online programs ... | Read More

Faculty and Student Honored by Miss. Legislature

The Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) honored Belhaven’s Rose Mary Foncree, Associate Professor of English and Allison Kalehoff, senior ... | Read More

Alum Named Teacher of the Year for District

Charles Grant Stevenson ('11) is a Belhaven teacher graduate who was selected as the 2012 Teacher of the Year for the Noxubee County School District. ... | Read More

Alumna Wins National Award for Teaching

Sabrina Morgan (’01) is a teacher at Pearl Lower Elementary who sees education as more than just grades and people are starting to notice. ... | Read More

Master of Education in Reading Literacy Now Offered at Belhaven

A Master of Education in Reading Literacy is now available through Belhaven’s online degree program. This program prepares students for today's educational system where there has been a heavy emphasis on evaluating academic achievement ... | Read More

Alum, Puntwida L. Trezvant, Authored Second Book

Puntwida L. Trezvant (’10) is a recent graduate who took her degree from Belhaven and rocketed into her career. She is the founder, president and CEO of Reach & Teach Association and has authored two popular books,Before the Bell Rings and When the Sky is Blue ... | Read More

Belhaven Records Highest Enrollment in Its History

Belhaven University’s fall enrollment shattered all previous records with a total of 3,725 students across all seven campuses. This is an increase of 433 students over last year, and a one-year jump over 13%. ... | Read More

Belhaven Welcomes New Professors

We are pleased to introduce 12 new faculty members to Belhaven University’s growing family. These professors are coming from a variety of backgrounds and have a wealth of knowledge and experience ... | Read More

Graduate Student Honored with Teacher Intern of the Year Award

Rachel Earnheart was recently recognized as Belhaven University’s Outstanding Teacher Intern for the 2011-2012 school year. The Mississippi Association of Colleges for Teacher Education honored Earnheart ... | Read More

Honors Convocation Award Winners

Belhaven University's Annual Honors Convocation awarded some of the highest academic honors to the year's top performing students on April 10. ... | Read More

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Dr. Sandra Rasberry, Dean of The School of Education

The school of education seeks to produce not only well-trained, state-certified teachers but also concerned, compassionate individuals who value each human life and who are dedicated to helping each student fulfill his or her God-given potential. The department’s goal of teachers becoming “servant leaders” is supported by its program that emphasizes academic excellence, professional knowledge, character development, and leadership opportunities