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Effective July 1, 2023, the College of Education and Human Services will be divided into two separate and distinctive entities: the College for Education and Engaged Learning, and the College for Community Health.

Ideally positioned to align with current trends and to adapt to future change, the College for Education and Engaged Learning will include Educational Foundations, Educational Leadership, and Teaching and Learning, and will also allow for the creation of new academic offerings to meet the evolving needs of our state and nation.

The College for Community Health will be designed to prepare the next generation of community health professionals to meet the imperative for health equity. It will include Counseling, Exercise Science and Physical Education, Family Science and Human Development, Nutrition and Food Studies, and Public Health. In addition the new college will include Communication Sciences and Disorders, previously housed in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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