• ASU College of Health Solutions - Real World Solutions

    Real world solutions

    Real solutions for health and health care issues drive
    excellence in the College of Health Solutions.

  • ASU College of Health Solutions - Developing Research That Makes a Difference in People’s Lives

    Driving research

    The College of Health Solutions works together to develop
    research that will make a difference in people’s lives.

  • ASU College of Health Solutions - Effective Experiential Teaching

    Hands-on learning

    Effective experiential teaching gives our
    students the best learning experience.

  • ASU College of Health Solutions Degree Programs

    Experienced faculty

    The experienced faculty of the College of Health Solutions
    help students to be the best in their chosen field.

Welcome to the College of Health Solutions

At the pulse of health, the College of Health Solutions is working to shift society's focus from health care to health. We give our students the knowledge and skills to innovate and create ways to improve health outcomes for individuals and populations.

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ASU selects Susan M. Pepin to lead new health initiatives

Arizona State University announced today that it has selected Dr. Susan M. Pepin, an educator, surgeon and clinician, to lead a series of new health initiatives aimed at improving health outcomes at scale and growing clinical partnerships. Pepin will join ASU on Aug. 1 as managing director of health and clinical partnerships, senior adviser to the executive vice president, and...

Seeing a need, graduating senior Kaitlyn Felix studied Spanish to be a better doctor

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2018 commencement . Graduating senior Kaitlyn Felix dreams of becoming a surgeon someday. To help her achieve that goal, however, she didn’t just study health sciences. She studied Spanish at the School of International Letters and Cultures . “I’ve been a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) since high school,”...

Public health graduate looks to impact Native American health care and policy

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of profiles for spring 2018 commencement . Christina Haswood (Tódich'ii'nii, Dibéłzhíní, Naasht'ézhi Tábąąhá, Kinyaa'áanii) has been a Sun Devil at heart since 2010, when she first visited campus while in high school. This May, she’ll graduate with a Bachelor of Science in public health. “Being in Phoenix — 1,000 miles away from...