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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Physician Assistant Lab Moves; Adds Simulated Surgical Suite

Physician Assistant Lab Moves; Adds Simulated Surgical Suite

University of Findlay’s (UF) Physician Assistant (PA) Program has moved into a newly renovated lab space located in the UF Village on Frazer Street. The program’s new space includes a patient assessment lab, a skills lab, a scrub room, and...

Huge Blessing, Amazing Gift: Sheri Gentry Moves On

Huge Blessing, Amazing Gift: Sheri Gentry Moves On

By her own account, Sheri Gentry, University of Findlay assistant professor of teaching in physician assistant, has had several formidable experiences in her life that directly led to the position in which she finds herself today. After an eye injury...

Occupational Therapy Program Partners with Community Organizations for Research Course

Occupational Therapy Program Partners with Community Organizations for Research Course

Occupational therapy (OT) can look different depending on a patient’s needs, but the main goal remains the same: improve the quality of life through supporting their ability to engage in and perform daily life activities. OT services directed towards patients...