College of Health and Human Services
Since 1911, the University has grown to impact every facet of our region. For the past 40 years, the College of Health and Human Services has been preparing the next generation of health and human service professionals. The college is home to two of the three doctoral programs on campus, more than 4,200 students and 250 faculty and staff members. Through innovative teaching methods and hands-on learning, students are trained to take a whole person approach and provide culturally respectful care. Each year, CHHS graduates more than 1,000 future health and human service professionals dedicated to transforming the quality of life for the residents of our region.
Our Student Success fund supports important college initiatives like student stipends, advising, research and projects. Last year, Day of Giving funds supported student projects and made it possible for many to participate in 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.
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 150 scholarships were awarded to the College of Health and Human Services students, but with over 4,000 students, more scholarship funding is needed. Invest in the future health and human service leaders by giving to this fund today!
Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic (SLHC)
For over 60 years, the Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic (SLHC) has been dedicated to serving our region. As a fully operational on-campus clinic, The SLHC offers advanced clinical training to graduate-level speech-language pathology students under the supervision of licensed speech-language pathologists. The clinic also serves the community by providing free diagnoses and treatment for individuals of all ages experiencing communication problems.
Silent Garden Directorship Fund
Your support will help fund our Silent Garden Director – or Master Gardener – who will tend to the leadership and administration of the Silent Garden so it continues to grow the bold dreams for the future of D/deaf and hard of hearing education at Fresno State. It will ensure ongoing programmatic excellence, rigorous evaluation, robust student recruitment and consistent quality of leadership and administration for this important program.
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