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ULM Dental Hygiene's mobile unit provides practical experience for students while serving the region.

The School of Pharmacy at ULM is Louisiana's only publicly supported comprehensive center for pharmaceutical education, research, and service.

State of the art simulation labs allow students to perfect their skills before being placed in a clinical environment.

Speech and Hearing Clinic evaluates and treats individuals of all ages who experience communication problems.

Certification and licensure pass rates are consistently above the national average and often at 100%.

Students are prepared to work in a variety of health care professions.

  

The College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences is dedicated to the education of health care professionals that serve the people of Louisiana and beyond. The College is comprised of three schools that offer degrees at the undergraduate and graduate level.

These are exciting times to be in health care with advances in technology, new discoveries, and high demand for health care professionals. Come visit our campus, meet us, join us, and prepare for a life changing career in the health and pharmaceutical sciences. 


PLEASE NOTE:  The Louisiana Board of Regents has approved the continuation of ULM’s Medical Laboratory Science Program. Applications are currently being accepted for Fall, 2014.

Recent College News


ULM gerontology partners with Nursing Home Association to host Senior Olympics

Since 1983, the Louisiana Nursing Home Association (LNHA)--headquartered in Baton Rouge--has held the Louisiana Nursing Home Senior Olympics. Over 365 nursing home residents representing more than 25 nursing facilities across the state will come together for games, competition, and socialization at the University of Louisiana at Monroe's Fant-Ewing Coliseum, beginning at 8:30 a.m., on Friday, Aug. 1.

ULM associate dean named chair for national deans' conference

Dr. Judy Fellows, associate dean for the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, will serve as the Program Chair for the 69th annual National Conference of Academic Deans (NCAD) in July 2015, hosted by the University of Central Arkansas (UCA).

ULM students and faculty serve at rad tech conference

Faculty and students from the University of Louisiana at Monroe's radiologic technology program recently attended the 57th Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Society of Radiologic Technologists (LSRT) in New Orleans.


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