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About

Mission Statement

Through exemplary teaching, research, and service, the Allied Health Programs are dedicated to educate and train healthcare workers to achieve their potential and to improve the health and well-being of the citizens that they will serve.

Overall Goals

  • Educate and train students to function as well rounded citizens and leaders in the delivery of healthcare services.
  • Provide educational and lifelong learning opportunities to encourage students to maximize their potential.

Vision Statement

The Allied Health Programs will be recognized as outstanding signature programs that meet the needs of students, faculty, the University, and the demands of the healthcare industry.

Core Values

The Allied Health Programs embrace the core values of excellence; student-centeredness; diversity and inclusiveness; integrity and civility; engagement; pride; and financial empowerment.

Our Students

Our students are very active in the HSM Student Association on campus and are members of Upsilon Phi Delta Chapter through the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA). In addition, students are engaged in community events such as sickle cell and breast cancer walks. We offer a scholarship for academic excellence annually to the junior student with the highest grade point average (GPA). 

Location

The Allied Health Programs are located in the Nursing and General Education (NGE) Building, Second Floor, Room 221.

The Nursing and General Education (NGE) Building was completed during the fall of 2014. This 140,000 square foot building is a significant addition to our campus, complementing our new Lyman Beecher Brooks Library, Student Services Building and Student Center. The NGE facility provides state-of-the art learning resources to assure that students are afforded every opportunity to succeed.