Helping others live their best life
The College of Health and Human Services fosters student excellence and develops productive citizens who function as skilled health and human services professionals to improve the health and wellbeing of the communities we serve. We exemplify teaching, scholarship, service, and community engagement through health initiatives, innovative thinking, and lifelong learning.
Explore your path to a great career in the College of Health and Human Services!
Applying personal experiences to the classroom“I use a student-centered teaching approach in the classroom, which simply means that students are encouraged to be part of the discussion,” she said. “I do a lot of hands-on activities and discussions that hopefully help students to grasp the material and apply it.”
Military experience enhances PA educationI am Lascelles Garvey, a former Lieutenant in the United States Navy.
Nursing as a calling“I chose Indiana State for a list of reasons, firstly because of its great marks on academics aimed towards the medical field.”
Marine Corp Leadership Traits Helpful in PA ProgramI am Casey McMahan, an Indiana State University alumna. As an alumna of Indiana State University, I was proud to stay close to my alma mater and serve the community that has helped me mature and develop on my educational journey.
1:18 average faculty to student ratio
94% placement rate after graduation
$71,208.00 average salary for Class of 2020
Coronavirus Guidance for Students in CHHS Degree Programs
We know that students and their families have had to overcome many obstacles associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. We are here to help! We welcome your questions and are here to help all students access high quality learning experiences so you can graduate on time. The College offers important learning experiences in clinical, fieldwork, and internship sites. Our community partners who provide experiential learning may require students to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Students can prepare for these experiences by communicating regularly with their faculty, receiving training and education in prevention measures, and wearing appropriate protective equipment. Please communicate to your faculty any concerns that you have. If you are not sure who to contact, please call the Dean’s Office 812-237-3683 or email us.
Caroline Mallory, PhD, RN
Dean, College of Health and Human Services