When you contribute to California State University, Northridge’s College of Health and Human Development, you support a learning-centered environment in which students, faculty, staff and community partners work collaboratively to expand knowledge and contribute to the health, safety and well-being of all Californians.
Donations to the college further its mission of preparing competent and caring professionals in healthcare; creative arts, such as fashion and interior design; and business-oriented areas, such as consumer advocacy and health administration.
This year, the college is embarking on several exciting initiatives, including faculty and student-led community service projects that impact the health and well-being of many underserved communities in the San Fernando Valley, as well as increasing student scholarship support. Scholarship support is the most direct way to impact the life of a student.
The college is also expanding key facilities, including their voice clinic, which provides cutting-edge treatments to help people overcome voice complications that, if left untreated, could cause permanent damage. Outfitting a sensory laboratory in the Marilyn Magaram Center for Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics is also in the works.
November 2013 marks the 10th anniversary of the Brown Center for Adaptive Aquatic Therapy, a state-of-the-art adaptive aquatic fitness facility within the Center of Achievement Through Adaptive Physical Activity. During the Brown Center’s 10 years, their clients have experienced freedom of movement without the risk of falling.