The College of Health and Human Services provides leadership and support for the teaching, research, scholarship and service responsibilities in careers that significantly and positively impact the lives of individuals and families, making Southeast the university of first choice for students seeking to make an impact on their communities.
The College's diverse academic programs include Aerospace Studies, Communication Disorders, Criminal Justice and Sociology, Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Recreation, Human Environmental Studies, Nursing and Social Work. As part of facilitating student success in reaching their goal of graduating with a degree leading to a rewarding profession, the College is proud of its service component. There are internally and externally funded programs that provide direct service to the region to families over the life span.
These programs illustrate the active involvement of students, faculty and staff in applied research initiatives. In these ways, the College seeks to provide leadership and support for the teaching, research, scholarship and service responsibilities of its academic units.
Gifts to the College of Health and Human Services endowment provide ongoing funds to enhance programs, provide for facilities and equipment upgrades, increase professional development opportunities, and provide opportunities for flexibility.