Sacramento State has a proud history of producing outstanding leaders in health and human services who serve society and the greater good. With more than 40,000 alumni from the College of Health & Human Services, our graduates are driving forward numerous sectors of society that positively impact the health and well-being of millions in our region.
Our faculty, staff, and students are devoted to creating a better tomorrow through their work in public health, criminal justice, social work, parks and recreation, tourism, physical therapy, kinesiology, nursing, and communication sciences and disorders.
Building a high-level of health and human services programs in our region starts with a high-quality education. The college’s faculty are recognized for their expertise as teachers, scholars, and practitioners, and serve as important role models for students as they advance in their careers in fields that are critical to society.
We invite you to partner with HHS and elevate our impact for the betterment of our region, state and world.
On the Rise: The Campaign for Sacramento State, is supporting the College of Health & Human Services as it seeks to raise critical funds to:
Become leaders in the healthcare industry and human services fields by providing hands-on curricula that challenges and motivates students to always be one step ahead.
Integrate technological innovation into learning to ensure our students are best prepared to graduate at the forefront of healthcare and human services fields.
Strengthen partnerships between Sac State and community leaders to empower the future workforce and enrich the future of healthcare and human services in the Sacramento region.
Center for Health, Practice, Policy & Research (CHPPR): Healthcare Operations Fund
Invest in the newest technology and support ongoing maintenance cost for teaching and research in healthcare professions.
Update labs and equipment, including latest simulation technology, used for hands-on education and training healthcare providers.
Provide the highest quality of specialized training to prepare students for success in a fast-moving healthcare field.
Increase the capacity of existing clinics and add new clinical services.
Support a new doctoral program in audiology.
Provide support for faculty research.
Allow opportunities for community engagement through education forums, conferences, interprofessional training and more.
Create new and enhance existing healthcare faculty positions.
Empower educators with important resources for the continued delivery of academic excellence.
Support faculty transitioning from practice to academia.
Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Candidate Scholars (LECS) Program
Provide important funds to implement programs to train students to be future law enforcement professionals.
Provide important funds to implement programs in the Center for Africa Peace and Conflict Resolution (CAPCR) that educate and promote peace and reconciliation among African and African-American families, organizations, community groups, and governments, both in the United States and in Africa.
Provide funding for Sacramento State students to participate in short-term exchange program and learn in a cohort with African students during a two-year program, providing them important leadership and mediation skills.
Conduct research and serve as a resource center in conflict resolution for world issues.
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Scholarships are among the most rewarding ways to give to Sacramento State because they directly impact students’ lives. They also help celebrate and motivate our best and brightest students.