EHHD Advising Office
Students are able to drop spring classes on their own in MyInfo through January 30th. From January 31st - February 6th, an advisor can drop a student from a course without a W after they submit a drop request form. From February 7th - April 17th, an advisor can drop a student from a course with a W on the student's transcript, afterthey submit a drop request form. No drops areallowed after April 17th.
The Education, Health and Human Development advising office is a friendly, welcoming resources for EHHD students. Knowledgeable advisors provide timely, detailed information to students and work with them to develop an appropriate plan of study. We clarify and assist in the understanding of curriculum, graduation requirements, and university policies and procedures, and also participate in new student recruitment and orientation.
EHHD majors focus on well-being in a variety of ways. There are eightmajors and fourteen options ranging from majors more focused on math and science to those more focused on the social sciences. Check out the links below for more information!
Meet the Advisors for Community Health, Human Development and Family Science, and Kinesiology
Meet the Advisors for Early Childhood Education P-3, FCS Education, Health Enhancement K-12, and Hospitality Management
Meet the Advisor for Food and Nutrition
Meet the Advisor for Sustainable Food Systems