We invite you to learn about the new College of Community and Public Affairs, where we offer an established undergraduate degree program in human development and graduate programs in public administration, social work and student affairs administration.
Our graduates are prepared for careers in counseling, higher education services, management, public service leadership and social services – all addressing community needs.
Our faculty of prominent scholars advise and teach students, providing a rich and rewarding academic experience.
If you are interested in making a positive difference in the lives of others, there is no better place to be educated than the College of Community and Public Affairs.
Last Updated: 7/6/09