The College of Nursing, Health, and
Human Services was created July 1, 2007 with the intention to increase
the visibility of health professions at ISU, empower the faculty who
advocate for health professions, promote greater collaboration between
health-oriented units, attract external resources, initiate and develop
new health-related programs, strengthen ties with community partners,
and better meet regional and state needs.
With this purpose, we are committed to inspire professionals and students through an interdisciplinary approach while developing skilled leaders, educators, researchers, and innovators in Nursing, Health, and Human Services. Our programs focus around our core values of compassion, health, integrity, respect, and performance with the vision of becoming eminent in providing qualified professionals serving diverse populations through learning, leadership, scholarship, innovation, and community engagement.
The College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services offers a wide array of programs that lead to careers in Athletic Training, Dietetics, Family and Consumer Science Education, Food Service Management, Health, Human Development and Family Studies, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Education, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Recreation, Social Work, and Sport Management. We are committed to providing our students with a supportive learning environment that is progressive, challenging, and creative. Our students have the opportunity to obtain the necessary skills and credentials to become competent practicing professionals.