Centers & Outreach
The College of Health and Human Sciences houses several centers and outreach programs: the Child Development Center, Magnolia Coastlands Area Health Education Center, Rural Nursing Outreach, Student Services Center, and the Senior Companion Program.
Child Development Center
Students in Child and Family Development gain an understanding of the needs and choices of individuals throughout the life cycle. They learn to reaffirm values, develop skills in problem solving, conflict resolution, and stress management. They also learn to recognize characteristics of physical, mental, and social wellness.
Magnolia Coastlands Area Health Education Center
Magnolia Coastlands AHEC (MCAHEC) is a private, non-profit, community-based organization governed by a Board of Directors. MCAHEC is committed to providing high quality, accessible, educational programs and services designed to meet the specific needs of the health care practitioners, students, and health professions’ faculty residing and working in its 39 county service area through community and academic partnerships.
Student Services Center
The Student Services Center provides students housed within the College of Health and Human Sciences with academic advisement. The Center assists students with course selection and scheduling, provides major and minor information, provides change of major and/or major application assistance, and verifies/grants approval for transient coursework.
Last updated: 8/22/2016