Students in the College of Health and Human Services get the help they need
Your success at Northern Arizona University is our priority. There are many services available to students for help along the way as you work towards your degree.
View scholarships and other opportunities available to students in the College of Health and Human Services.
Residential Learning Communities
For first year students interested in career development and academic help, the Health and Human Services residential learning community can nurture your interest in the field.
Native American success
Native American students in the College of Health and Human Services can benefit from faculty mentors, childcare vouchers, cultural activities, and more. Learn more about the Native Journey to Academic Success (NJAcS).
Veteran Support Program
The Veteran Support Program is tailored to the needs of veteran scholars and their dependents who are interested in, or currently pursuing, a degree in the health professions. The program offers guidance and educational support opportunities, peer-to-peer mentorship, and direction navigating Veteran Administration processes and accessing VA benefits.
With support from Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Journey for Underrepresented Medical Professionals seeks to increase the number of disadvantaged students entering and successfully completing health professions degrees. This program focuses on increasing diversity in, and capacity of, allied health and primary care professionals.
Student travel support
CHHS students who plan to present at a conference can submit an application for reimbursement of travel expenses up to $200 (no reimbursements for meals or incidentals). Applications will be accepted all year or until the funds for the project period have been awarded. Download, print, and complete the student travel support request application.
Put your knowledge and skills to the test while gaining work experience and education abroad with summer health programs in rural Tanzania, Kenya, Guatemala, or India. Find information about current programs, the application process, financial aid, what to expect abroad, and more, on the Center for International Education website.