Kremen School of Education and Human Development
The University’s roots date back to 1911, when the doors of the Fresno State Normal School opened to just 150 hopeful future teachers. Today, the Kremen School of Education and Human Development carries on this legacy and focuses on improving education in our region by preparing educators who can effectively work in linguistically- and culturally-diverse settings. The Kremen School's emphasis on leadership for diverse communities provides a foundation for transformative programs, partnerships and residencies in urban and rural districts across the Central Valley. In addition to our work in teacher education, the Kremen School leads in the preparation of counselors and higher education leaders while providing doctoral-level preparation for educational administrators.
Help us build the SECREd Gardens - an outdoor demonstration garden that will be utilized by
Fresno State students and community members. The garden will support the growing need for
play-based outdoor learning, science experiences, and garden-based education while also
providing a space for interdisciplinary research across campus.
Fresno Family Counseling Center
The Fresno Family Counseling Center provides low-cost, high-quality counseling services to residents of Fresno
County and the surrounding area. The Kremen School’s Master of Science in Counseling
students train at this facility, thus advancing our goal of collaborating with the region in
activities beneficial both to the community and the University.
Student Equity Scholars
The Kremen School has launched an initiative that bolsters diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism efforts in higher education through equity-driven outreach efforts, research, and responsive leadership. Your support will help us fund Student Equity Scholars who will work with faculty and engage in teaching, research and community engagement projects to address issues of social justice throughout the Valley.
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