College of Health and Human Services
The mobile unit travels across the San Joaquin Valley twice a week, stopping at rural and underserved communities to provide free screenings and health education to those who cannot afford or easily access care. The mobile program engages students and faculty across campus and provides hands-on learning experiences in real-world settings. Since it first rolled out in fall 2015, the mobile health unit has served over 16,000 clients and provided more than 3,500 Fresno State students with invaluable clinical and service-learning opportunities and this year administered over 8,000 COVID vaccines. Your gift will help the College of Health and Human Services continue this important program which is 100% funded by community support.
86% of Fresno State College of Health and Human Services students are from the Central Valley and are first-generation college students. For many of them, financial aid and scholarships are essential to completing their college degree. Last year, almost 200 scholarships were awarded to the College of Health and Human Services students, empowering students to engage more deeply in their academic aspirations and prepare for their careers. Invest in the future health and human service leaders by giving to this fund today!
Our Student Success fund supports important college initiatives like student stipends, advising, research and projects. Last year, Day of Giving funds paid for necessary COVID testing so students could participate in degree critical internships and clinical placements. This year, your gift will support the immediate needs of the College of Health and Human Services students. By giving to this fund, you will directly contribute to the academic success of our students.
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