Ready to find your calling? Every major within our college focuses on serving the community and helping others. Whether you want to be a nurse, teacher, counselor, athletic trainer, or pursue another area of study within our college, you’ll be equipped with the skill set to assess, communicate and educate others on healthy life choices. When you become a part of the College of Education and Health Professions family, we go the extra mile to ensure success in your profession or the pursuit of a post-graduate degree. We’d love to have you here!
The college offers programs to earn bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, as well as specialist degrees and graduate certificates. COEHP features six academic divisions and an undergraduate Honors Program.Prospective Students Overview
The Sylvia Hack Boyer Center for Student Services offers undergraduate advising and coordinates student success initiatives and services. A team of advisors and specialists help students navigate their college experience, supporting them through graduation. The team also can help with post-graduation planning and success.Advising Overview
Transfer students are an important part of our college. A team of advisors is available to help transfer students — those who have already completed at least 2-3 semesters of university education elsewhere — with a seamless transition.Transfer Students Overview
Our college offers a number of scholarship opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students. Each scholarship has specific criteria such as academic merit, financial need and field of study. All current and prospective students are encouraged to apply each year.Scholarship Office Overview
The Boyer Center for Student Services has curated a number of resources and suggestions to aid students both personally and in their studies during the COVID-19 pandemic.From Academic to Personal
The Division of Student Affairs focuses on student success. Students have access to support services, programs and initiatives focused on community engagement, activities and entertainment, standards and conduct, Greek life, student media, housing, dining, mental and physical health, and career development.Campus Resources Overview
The college’s technology staff provides support services to hundreds of faculty and staff in 14 locations and maintains over 4,000 computers and laptops as well as other electronic equipment.Technology Services Overview