College of Health Professions

The College of Health Professions offers a broad range of health professions, social service and sport-related majors while encouraging activities that promote the awareness of health wellness and education.

Pre-physical therapy student completes research on gymnastics flooring as an undergraduate student
Pre-physical therapy student completes research on gymnastics flooring as an undergraduate student
"Reach out to a professor and look for opportunities. Undergraduate research gives you really good experience before grad school."
-Madaline Hoffman, Pre-PT Major
Accredited Programs
The faculty in the College of Health Professions at the University of Findlay strongly believes in accreditation and we are proud to say that our programs are accredited at both the institutional and program levels.
Health Professions Graduate Programs
Our graduates become athletic trainers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, physician assistants and more. We’ve made it a priority to make sure students graduate from our programs equipped for advanced positions in their chosen fields. We encourage you to learn more about our graduate programs by clicking one of the links below:

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AEP Foundation Donates $500,000 for New UF Scholarships

AEP Foundation Donates $500,000 for New UF Scholarships

The University of Findlay is pleased to announce that a financial gift in the amount of $500,000 has been provided by American Electric Power Foundation for three scholarships that will provide much-needed aid to students pursuing rewarding, service-oriented careers. The...

A Passion for Service on an International Scale

A Passion for Service on an International Scale

Kaleb Brown ‘18 discovered a passion for global service at age 16, when he travelled to Lima, Peru, on a mission trip with his church. When he transferred to the University of Findlay as a junior, he was able to...

From Field Medic to Nursing Grad: Navy Veteran Uses Medical Experience to Earn BSN

From Field Medic to Nursing Grad: Navy Veteran Uses Medical Experience to Earn BSN

After serving eight years in the U.S. Navy, Dennis Holzinger ’19 was honorably discharged in 2013 with years of medical experience under his belt. Over the past six years, he has applied that experience and knowledge to academic studies and...