The College of Education, Health, and Human Services is dedicated to promoting healthy environments for children, adults, families, and organizations.
Students develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to effectively work across a wide variety of settings including educational, health, physically active, human services, and law enforcement. Practices supported are grounded in current research, holistically focused, developmentally appropriate, and culturally competent.
The College’s well respected programs in education, human services, criminal justice, and health and human performance are joined by an exciting new BS in Nursing aligned with The Nurse of the Future Competencies. Additionally, the Active Living, Learning, and Wellness (ALLWell) Center, a multi-phased, multi-year project intended to integrate academics, athletics and recreation in one location will provide state of the art classroom and laboratory facilities for students in the Department of Health and Human Performance.