College of Education and Human Services

You are needed by future generations of educators and human service professionals. The college seeks to celebrate, educate, and encourage understanding of different identities, abilities and experiences on our campus and beyond. We aim to create an atmosphere that provides students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends the opportunity to explore different cultures, commit to learning for all abilities, engage in discussions that bring new perspectives, and celebrate the presence of, and contributions made by, people of all identities, abilities and experiences. 

 A gift today to support the Education Diversity Initiative or the Human Service Professional Diversity Initiative will go far in recruiting and retaining talented and deserving students. Act now!

 Support with a recurring gift. We invite you to take advantage of the “give a latte, get a latte challenge” by supporting students in the college this month and in upcoming months with a $5 gift each month.    

 Support with a transformational gift. We welcome substantial gifts to the college to help support student scholarships and fellowships. These long-term scholarships and fellowships may be awarded in your name or the name of someone you wish to honor. Establishing a named scholarship or fellowship tells students that they are receiving support from a CEHS Champion — with the same hopes, dreams and sacrifices. In addition, it grows our culture of giving that will inspire future generations of educators and human service professionals to give back. This way, your donation keeps on giving long into the future.  For more information on how to establish a transformational gift, please contact Yanira Amadeo, Director of Development at

With Gratitude,

Katrina Bulkley

Acting Dean

College of Education and Human Services - Seltzer Family Donor Challenge
Secure 50 donors to CEHS to unlock $25,000 from the Seltzer family
50 / 50 Donors
Faculty Staff Donor Challenge
50 faculty/staff to make a gift by 12noon, we will unlock $12,000 from a former faculty/staff member (anonymous)
50 / 50 Donors
Recent Graduate - Robert Lieberman Challenge
Hit 50 recent graduate donors (Class of 2013-2023) to unlock $1,000 from Foundation Board member, Robert Lieberman
50 / 50 Donors
Fund Donor Leaderboard
Which University Fund is getting the most participation?
Rank Department Donors
1 Women's Basketball 224
2 Women's Soccer 164
3 Football 149
4 Men's Basketball 121
5 Swimming and Diving 62
Who's going all in for One Day for Montclair?
The entire Montclair community of alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff, and friends coming together. Let's see who's going all in for One Day and transforming every day!
What is your relationship to Montclair State University?
Rank Answer Amount
1 Alumni $56,118.52
2 Parent $26,880.49
3 Friend $26,518.23
4 Faculty/Staff $23,954.84
5 Student $8,553.27
Let's get started early - Manny '61 and Meg Scrofani Challenge
Raise $10,000 to unlock $20,000!!
$10,000 / $10,000 Raised
Alumni Donor Challenge
We need fifty alumni donors to unlock $10,000 from an anonymous alumna from the Class of 1950.
50 / 50 Donors
Twilight Donor - Teddi Dolph Challenge
Beginning 6:00 p.m. through midnight - get to 20 donors to unlock $10,000"
20 / 20 Donors
Fund Dollar Leaderboard
Which fund has raised the most dollars on One Day for Montclair
Rank Prize Department Raised
1 $1 The Fund for Montclair State $15,741.80
2 Women's Basketball $11,831.21
3 College of Education and Human Services $9,707.69
4 School of Communication and Media $9,085.00
5 Football $8,389.85
Transforming Every Day by Decade for One Day
Which decade's graduates are all in for One Day?
What decade did you graduate?
Rank Answer Donors
1 2010-2019 83
2 2000-2009 56
3 2020-2022 41
4 1980-1989 33
5 1990-1999 31
6 1970-1979 25
7 1960-1969 9
8 1959 and before 3
See what people are sharing about One Day for Montclair 2023!
Donor map
Rank State Gifts
1 NJ 46
2 NY 6
3 PA 2
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