Undergraduate Overview

Our Vision is to equip students to work in ways that make the world better, safer, healthier, and more humane and just.
– from School of HHS Vision statement.

There are over 2500 undergraduates across the Departments in the School of Health and Human Sciences. Our students become teachers, social workers, recreation therapists, clinicians, community-engaged activists and scientists in a range of health-related professions.

Many HHS students use their undergraduate education as a path to additional graduate school professional and licensure work.

Undergraduates with a degree in one of the Departments of the School of Health and Human Sciences are committed to improved health, well-being and quality of life for populations, communities and individuals worldwide. They value diversity and inclusion; they focus on sustainable practices and community engagement.

Our students strive to be collaborative, creative and innovative.
– based on the School of HHS Values Statement

We provide a number of support services to help students identify their interests and strengths and to move smoothly toward graduation and a chosen career.

To speak with Dean and Associate Deans of HHS, please see the talk to the Deans’ schedules