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 College’s 28 undergraduate and 15 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.
The seven departments that make up the College of Allied Health and Nursing are where you’ll find mentors, conduct research, join clubs and learn even more about all the ways you can get involved in your area of interest.
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 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.
The purpose of the Health and Biomedical Sciences Events is to recognize and reflect on the health of our communities to enhance quality of life and wellbeing for all through the gathering and dissemination of knowledge and best practices.
This conference will focus on the use of simulation and technology to advance family and societal health. Topics of interest will include research, education, and practice initiatives within a variety of disciplines.