Henrietta Schmoll School of Health
The Henrietta Schmoll School of Health is a recognized leader in preparing competent, compassionate, and principled healthcare and human services professionals. It also engages clinical and community partners to influence health, health systems and health policy.
Highlighting interprofessional healthcare education in classroom, laboratory, and clinical settings, students work across traditional program boundaries to prepare for real-world work scenarios.
The School offers programs in such areas as radiography, sonography, occupational and physical therapy, dietetics and nutrition science, holistic health, nursing, social work, and exercise and sports science. It also has a range of entry-level to advanced-level education such as the Doctor of Nursing Practice, Doctor of Occupational Therapy, and the Doctor of Physical Therapy program
To be a leading Catholic School of Health distinguished by exemplary graduates, nationally recognized programs, transformational scholarship and engaged community partners.
The Henrietta Schmoll School of Health educates diverse learners and engages clinical and community partners to influence health, health systems, and health policy.
The School is distinguished by an emphasis on relationship-centered care, socially responsible leadership, interprofessional education, and collaborative practice initiatives.