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Diversity

Earl B. Higgins scholarship recipients

Earl B. Higgins scholarship recipients

CHP Student Ambassadors

College of Health Professions Student Ambassadors

Diversity is critically important in health care. Numerous landmark studies have shown increasing racial and ethnic diversity is associated with improved access to health care for racial and ethnic minority patients, greater patient choice and satisfaction, and better educational experiences for health professions students. To this end, the College of Health Professions strives to attract the best and brightest students from diverse backgrounds and experiences, and to provide an engaging and enriching learning environment for all members of the University community.

Getting Involved

"Diversity enriches the learning experience of all students and enhances the quality of work we do—whether it’s in educating the next generation of health care professionals, conducting ground-breaking research, or in providing service to those in need. As an integral part of the MUSC family, the College of Health Professions is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment that values and respects the uniqueness of every individual."
---Dr. Karen Wager, Professor and Associate Dean for Student Affairs  |  Chair, CHP Diversity Task Force

 
 
 

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