The College of Health Professions is committed to preparing exemplary future professionals who are leaders in their chosen fields through collaboration, innovation and experiential learning.
The College of Health Professions will advance health care and human service through nationally distinguished programs with emphasis on health promotion, evidence-based practice, innovative education, scholarship and service within the community.
University of Findlay's undergraduate health professions programs
achieved a Most Focused Ranking by College Factual in 2018!
With a specific focus on health-related fields of study, we endeavor to provide high quality and innovative academic programs that prepare students for meaningful lives and productive careers in the health profession of their choice. Some of the unique features of the college are outlined below. I invite you to take a closer look!
Multiple Academic Program Options
For an institution our size, the number of health professions programs you can choose from is exceptional. This provides you with opportunities for broad exploration and the ability to move between different majors within the health professions programs. Furthermore, with more than 15 areas of study, the college is able to draw on the strengths of each program to provide interdisciplinary experiences and share faculty expertise across a variety of disciplines.
One unique feature of studying health professions at Findlay is the supportive, student-centered environment. Because of our smaller size and teaching- centered mission, all students in the College of Health Professions receive personalized academic and career advising from faculty within their programs. Many of our graduates comment positively about the relationships they've developed and continue to maintain with our faculty.
State of the Art Facilities
The College of Health Professions is fortunate to have the Brewer Center for the Health Sciences as the primary academic building dedicated to our programs. The Brewer Center for the Health Sciences provides our students and faculty with access to classroom space, program laboratories, a research laboratory and a cadaver lab.
Students and faculty have access to dedicated classrooms, program laboratories, faculty offices and student areas. Students are able to gain a clinical knowledge of and experience with equipment and procedures performed. We invite you to become a student in the College of Health Professions where you will be prepared for a career in the health arena, enabling you to serve humankind.
Richard B. States, DHSc, CNMT, RT (N)(ARRT)
Dean, College of Health Professions