Please see the following page for information regarding our biennial Alumni Conference. This year's conference will include a guest speaker, Dr. Brent Richardson in the morning session and a panel discussion led by Jan Lepore-Jentleson. The registration form is filled out online for your convienece.
The Department of Human Services in the College of Education and Human Services, offers a variety of paths to career success with graduate and undergraduate degree programs in ten different Counselor Education and Rehabilitation Education concentrations including undergraduate degrees in Rehabilitation Services and Sign Language Interpreting. American Sign Language courses are also offered. Most of the graduate programs can be completed in 2-3 years with full-time attendance (i.e. 3-4 courses per semester).
Human Services faculty are dedicated to providing students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to perform competently and successfully as Human Service Professionals in a culturally diverse and pluralistic society. A learning environment is fostered which promotes the intellectual, social, and personal development of students through the pursuit of moral and ethical decision making, critical thinking, multiculturalism, scholarly excellence and actual practice.