The College of Health and Public Affairs is involved, every day, in the work of improving our community. Graduates of the college are trained as physical therapists, legal assistants, social workers, speech-language pathologists, corrections officers, mayors and much more. Through active partnerships with corporations, government agencies and nonprofit organizations, our faculty members and students are making a wealth of quiet contributions toward such goals as better health care, more effective crime prevention, and the development of healthy communities and higher living standards for all citizens.
We owe our successes in large part to the generous contributions of the alumni, friends, corporations and foundations who have supported our efforts. At the College of Health and Public Affairs, every gift has an impact that extends beyond the campus into our communities, and every gift is deeply appreciated. We thank those who have invested in the college and inspired our students and faculty to pursue their academic and professional dreams.