The College’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs prepare our graduates to move into a variety of careers that support the physical, mental, social and emotional needs of individuals, families and our communities.
We have more than 80 full-time faculty, who are all leaders in their respective fields and dedicated to helping you succeed through mentorship, innovation, real-world experiences, research and service opportunities.
The College of Allied Health and Nursing is a diverse and thriving learning community committed to preparing tomorrow’s leaders through state-of-the art skills, critical thinking, ethical decision making, cultural competence and lifelong leadership development.
The advising team works with first-year, transfer and current students. This is where you’ll get help exploring majors, learn what classes you need to stay on track, and receive referral information about all the campus resources available to you.
Learn more about the Departments, programs, Centers, and public services offered by the College of Allied Health and Nursing.
Using the latest information, broad perspectives, and real-world thinking, this event is an opportunity for allied health professionals and the community to learn from each other to improve the quality of life and well-being for all through research and evidence-based practices.