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 studying in eight undergraduate and four graduate programs. The College is served by 84 full-time faculty who are leaders in their fields and dedicated to excellence in teaching.

A wide range of health, wellness, and interdisciplinary programs are available within the College. You’ll have the opportunity get involved with special research initiatives, community service projects, and hands-on learning opportunities. Graduates of our programs go on to become leaders in a broad range of health and wellness fields.

The College also serves the greater community and region through many faculty-led community initiatives, continuing education programs, and more.

Mission, Vision, Goals & Values

Learn about the mission, vision, goals and values of the College of Allied Health and Nursing.

About the Dean

Learn about Dr. Kristine Retherford, dean of the College of Allied Health and Nursing.

Technology and Learning

The College of Allied Health and Nursing utilizes a wide variety of technologies to enhance student learning.

Advisory Boards for the College of Allied Health and Nursing

The College Advisory Board works to enhance the College's educational programs, University and community relationships, resources, and reputation, and to address the mission and vision of the College of Allied Health and Nursing as a whole.