We are welcoming back to campus our freshman and students, at all levels, for spring 2021. Although our academic year may appear a little different, we look forward to students continuing either personally or virtually at IUP. Our goals during this unique
time are to minimize the health risk, while continuing to provide high-quality programs that focus on student success and support.
View a full list of CHHS programs with on-campus delivery for spring 2021.
Our faculty and program coordinators are continuing to work with individual students to ensure their success for the spring 2021 semester. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our dean’s associate, Jonathon Cooper (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you need on-campus delivery, but it is not available, or you are not sure, please contact the course instructor.
Undecided about your major? Want a change? Learn about programs in the College of Health and Human Services.
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With an excellent job placement rate, the College of Health and Human Services has much to be proud of.
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Health and Human Services Plans for Spring 2021
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Food Drive Exceeds Last Year's Donations
Culinary Arts Chefs Published in Journal of Culinary Education Best Practice, Special COVID-19 Edition
Health and Human Services Plans for Fall 2020
Katchmarchi Featured in NY Times Article on Drowning Prevention
Kim Receives HHS Outstanding Teacher Recognition