College of Allied Health and Nursing

Find your passion in the College of Allied Health and Nursing at Minnesota State Mankato. Dedicated to promoting health, wellness and improving quality of life for individuals, families, and communities, The College of Allied Health and Nursing offers programs that educate the leaders of tomorrow. Apply Today

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About the College of Allied Health and Nursing

The College of Allied Health and Nursing is a diverse and thriving learning community comprised of over 2,400 undergraduate and 275 graduate students. The College is served by 84 full-time faculty who are leaders in their fields and dedicated to excellence in teaching.

Academic Programs

With opportunities to excel both in and outside the classroom, pursue your dreams with one of the 28 undergraduate and 15 graduate degree programs. Your future starts here at Minnesota State Mankato.

Faculty and Staff

Meet the faculty and staff that make up the College of Allied Health and Nursing.

Advising and Scholarships

Whether you are a prospective student or a current student, the faculty in the College of Allied Health and Nursing welcome opportunities to connect for advising services.

Giving to the College

Giving to Minnesota State Mankato has a real-world impact on students. It transforms lives by supporting students as they pursue their big ideas. Your contribution helps provide scholarships, funds research opportunities, improves our state-of-the-art facilities and so much more.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Healthy Communities 2020 and Beyond: The Social Determinants of Health

The purpose of the 3rd Annual Health and Biomedical Sciences Summit is to recognize this nexus of connections in health and provide students, educators, and practitioners with tools needed to be a force of change in our communities.