The Health Sciences Schools have an enrollment of over 3,800 students. The Health Sciences consists of five professional schools: Dental Medicine, Nursing, Social Welfare, Medicine, and Health Technology and Management (physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy, clinical laboratory sciences, respiratory care, athletic training, health science, SBNC/noncredit programs). In addition, the Graduate Programs in Public Health, Nutrition, and the Ph.D. programs in Basic Sciences.
The Office of Student Services is responsible for student administrative services in Health Sciences. Areas of office responsibility include admissions, recruitment, student records, enrollment, financial aid and general student services including student government and activities. The office also collaborates with the Health Sciences Schools in promoting a student life environment conducive to learning and student development.
The level of services the office provides varies by School and academic program. All services pertain to students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate professional programs, both degree and certificate programs, and non credit programs. Programs follow the West Campus semester calendar, the Health Sciences modular session calendar, or a combination of both. The length of the academic year can be 9 months or longer (10, 11, or 12 months).