Welcoming to our fall 2020 College of Health and Human Services students! We look forward to seeing you in a few weeks, either personally or virtually. 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.
The President announced IUP is rebalancing its approach for the fall 2020 term, and the Fall 2020 Planning Committee added additional details. As the dean, I wanted to follow-up with
college-specific information. We are welcoming freshmen, and students at all levels, back to campus in the below mentioned CHHS programs.
Our faculty and program coordinators are working with individual students to ensure their success. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us directly through Jon Cooper at email@example.com.
If you need on-campus delivery, but it is not available, or you are not sure if it is available, contact the course instructor (this might apply to international students, students with special needs, etc.).
The President encouraged students returning to follow CDC guidelines about limiting travel and interactions with others. Therefore, all students are asked to take special precautions to avoid exposure for at least two weeks prior to the start
of the fall semester.
Most of all, please remember we are here to answer any questions you might have. Do not hesitate to email anytime, either your advisor, course instructor, department chair, or the Dean’s office firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 724-357-2555.
Let’s make fall 2020 the best semester yet by working together for a healthy environment. Take good care.
Sylvia S. Gaiko, PhDDean, College of Health and Human Services