If your purpose and your passion are helping other people, you’ve come to the right place. In the College of Health and Human Services, the careers we serve are highly rewarding and in very high demand. Our students, faculty, staff and graduates are out there every day helping in a big way and making a difference in their communities. Did we just describe you? Keep on reading.
Meet the students
Community and Population Health Sciences
Work alongside individuals, families, organizations and communities to help them lead happy, healthy lives. Learn more.
Be an administrator or a clinical health professional to transform and deliver high quality patient care. Learn more.
Therapeutic and Rehabilitation Sciences
Help people develop new skills so they can participate in everyday tasks, enhancing the quality of their lives. Learn more.
Diversity, equity and inclusion
At the College of Health and Human Services DEI office, our passion for diversity is deeply embedded into our community. We prioritize inclusion and social justice in every aspect of our education, which includes our research and service programs. Our students, faculty and staff actively work together to create open dialogue and safe spaces so everyone in our community is seen and heard.
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Resources and support
Are you looking to further your education or your career? Our continuing education programs fit around your full-time job and will help you take the next step professionally.
Ready to take the next step? Apply today.
What are you waiting for? Now is the perfect time to apply and take the next step in pursuing your purpose and setting yourself up to thrive in the future through the College of Health and Human Services.
News and events
Join us at noon on Friday, October 13, as David Grandy, VP in the Office of Transformation at Kaiser Permanente, joins us in the college to lead Grand Rounds. This event is free for all WMU students, staff, faculty and the broader community.
Dr. Hope Gerlach-Houck - Ableism and its Influence in Health Care Settings. Join us in the CHHS student engagement center on the third Wednesday of each month for these engaging conversations. Sessions run from 11 a.m.
Dr. Melinda McCormick - Implicit Bias in Healthcare Experiences for LGBTQ+ Folx. Join us in the CHHS student engagement center on the third Wednesday of each month for these engaging conversations. Sessions run from 11 a.m.