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Honoring our past. Shaping the future.

Honoring our past. Shaping the future.

“During the last four decades, Ohio University's College of Health Sciences and Professions has lived at the forefront of health education, and we take great pride in our ability to educate students, engage in research and serve our community. We are proud to highlight 40 years of our college’s exceptional education and service; we thank those who have influenced the expansion of our academic footprint to all 50 states, and we celebrate years of faculty research that continues to meaningfully impact the world.”

- Dean Randy Leite

CHSP highlights 40 years of educational impact in latest edition of Connect magazine

Learn more about CHSP's storied history in Connect magazine.

OHIO's College of Health Sciences and Professions, first established in 1979, has transformed itself into one of the largest health-focused colleges in the United States.

We're proud to celebrate 40 years of exceptional education and service with our faculty, staff and 33,000 alumni who continue to make an impact within 34 countries across the globe. 

Learn more about CHSP's long legacy of success, and its incredibly bright academic future, in the latest edition of Connect magazine.

Connect magazine is published for CHSP alumni, friends, faculty and staff at Ohio University.


About the College of Health Sciences and Professions

The College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) is a place where innovative education and research happen every day. Each year, more than 3,600 students graduate from our Athens and Dublin-based campuses prepared to serve as passionate professionals who are ready to change the world. As one of the largest health-focused colleges in the country, CHSP has a growing portfolio of degree and certificate programs housed in six academic units: the School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness; the School of Nursing; the School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences; the Department of Social and Public Health; the Department of Social Work and the Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies. All six connect faculty and students across multiple disciplines to explore the best approaches to addressing health and wellness in various settings.

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