The College for Health, Community and Policy (HCaP) has created an opportunity unlike anything in the nation. HCaP was launched following a two-year planning process with eight departments and one program. The departments from the former College for Public Policy – Criminology and Criminal Justice, Demography, Public Administration and Social Work – joined the Departments of Psychology and Sociology (historically located in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts) and the Departments of Kinesiology and Public Health (from the College of Education and Human Development), along with the Nutrition and Registered Dietetics program. In September 2020, we came together, and now we are officially the largest College on campus, with 20% of the student body pursuing a degree within one of these programs.
By investing in our students and our research and focusing on the four Cs of HCaP (critical thinking, community engagement, career preparedness, and a call to action), we will train superb students who are committed to working with and in their community.
Your gift will have a direct and immediate effect in developing social, personal and leadership skills and career experiences for HCaP students. It also ensures support for critical areas such as student scholarships, recruitment and retention of critical faculty, research, classroom technology and much more.
HCaP Giving Areas
Your gift to the Dean’s Excellence Fund can help support such areas as:
Levels of Giving
We appreciate your gifts and support!
All annual gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Make your gift online today! For more information, contact Lisa Hernandez, Chief Development Officer for the College for Health, Community and Policy at firstname.lastname@example.org.