Welcome the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance
If you see yourself helping to rehabilitate people in a clinical setting, coaching athletes, designing fitness programs, working in a sport organization, teaching health and physical education, or working in the field of recreation, the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance has the program that will prepare you for a rewarding career. Everywhere you turn in Hill Center, the Center for Health Sciences and Smiddy Hall you will see our students learning the skills that will be needed to become successful.
- Experiential Learning
The importance of experiential learning is demonstrated by our affiliation with approximately 1,700 sites and organizations where our students complete fieldwork and internships. Each year, approximately 650 HSHP students are placed at sites throughout the US and abroad.
- Multicultural Competency and Awareness
HSHP is committed to increasing diversity among faculty, staff, and students. There is an ongoing effort to increase our learning community's cultural competency and awareness of cultural differences.
- Study Abroad
We encourage short and long-term study abroad. Opportunities exist for every student in our school to take advantage of the numerous programs offered at the College.
- Community Service
Faculty, staff and students in HSHP support many community activities and routinely volunteer at all types of organizations and facilities in the area.
- Research and Scholarship
Faculty work with students at both the undergraduate levels on research projects. Check out the types of projects that have been completed recently.
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