Smart is helping people, and our graduates are out there helping in a big way, making a difference in their communities every day. At the College of Health and Human Services, we're here to prepare you for a career that is high in demand, high in meaning, high in satisfaction and unsurpassed in impact. So what's your purpose? What's your passion? We can help you find it.
Calls to action
The skills of our graduates and the importance of the professions we serve have been highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Nurses and physician assistants are on the front lines. We rely on public health professionals for information to guide our daily activities. Physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists are necessary to help rehabilitate those recovering from COVID-19.
Everything we do is aimed at helping you succeed. If you want to know how we can help you find an amazing career or participate in incredible research, just ask us.
In-person learning is suspended on Nov. 18. Student services are still available virtually to help you finish your semester strongly.
CHHS academic advisors are available, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST. Virtual Walk-in Wednesday sessions start Feb. 10!
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The College of Health and Human Services has released a Statement on Race and Antiracism. We announce a proactive stance on race and antiracism and propose measurable actions to work against racism in support of all of our students.
The CHHS Committee on Diversity and Inclusion meets monthly. Along with staff and faculty representatives from each unit in the college, the committee includes student representatives to ensure that student voices are heard.
News and Events
Join the Office of Research and Innovation for three virtual workshops hosted on the fourth Monday of the month 12-1 pm.
2020 Impact Report
2020 Impact Report
Learn what our staff, faculty and students are doing. Read about the ways they are affecting the professions they have chosen. See the ways they are impacting our communities.
Traditionally, the college has recognized its retirees at its year-end gathering. However, because of the University's shutdown in spring 2020 due to COVID-19, that all-hands meeting did not occur as usual. So we celebrate them here, and thank them all for years of dedication to our students, to the college, and to WMU.
Continuing Education at CHHS
The College of Health and Human Services offers a variety of virtual and in-person continuing education programs relevant to health care and human service professionals in numerous fields. Discounted rates are often available for WMU students.
Click the links in the calendar to the right for more information.
If you are a CHHS faculty member and are interested in developing CE programs, contact Lisa Brennan at email@example.com.
TF-CBT is an evidence-based trauma treatment for children and adolescents. It is attachment-focused, involving caregivers. This training is intended for master or doctoral level mental health clinicians and meets partial requirements for national certification.
This is a Three-Day Conference (March 4-5-6)
VIRTUAL EVENT INFORMATION:
Hosted by Western Michigan University College of Health and Human Services, Kalamazoo, Michigan via Webex. The link to this training is provided after registration.