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

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 Sciences is dedicated to the education of health care professionals who serve the people of Louisiana and beyond. The College is comprised of two schools, the School of Allied Health and the Kitty DeGree School of Nursing, that offer degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

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


Recent College News

ULM MLS program partners with LifeShare for blood drive, Sep. 18-19

The University of Louisiana Monroe Medical Laboratory Science Society and LifeShare Blood Center join together for a two-day blood drive on Monday, September 18 and Tuesday, September 19 to help save lives. The blood drive will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on both days in the Hangar Ballroom A on the second floor of the ULM SUB.

Radiologic Technology students and faculty represent ULM at annual meeting

The University of Louisiana Monroe Radiologic Technology students attended and competed in state competitions with several other schools at the Louisiana Society of Radiologic Technologists (LSRT) Annual Conference July 13-15th, 2023. "This event allows our students to network and grow as student technologists. I am so proud of our students and faculty and for the opportunity to attend this event," said ULM Radiologic Technology program director Brett Bennett.

ULM Foundation receives $50K donation to create the Amy Katherine Lewis Student Award Endowment in Medical Laboratory Science

A $50,000 donation made to the ULM Foundation has established the Amy Katherine Lewis Student Award Endowment in Medical Laboratory Science. The donation was made in memory of Amy Katherine Lewis by her parents Jay and Teri Lewis. Amy Katherine Lewis was a 2016 graduate of ULM, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Laboratory Science. Glenwood Regional Medical Center hired Amy upon graduation, where she worked in the laboratory until her passing in July 2020.


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