The Allied Healthcare Program at Selma University offers a comprehensive curriculum that includes an associate degree and certificated programs. The Program is committed to its students and the community in offering such programs as will enrich, encourage growth, and promote lifelong learning.
In accordance with the mission statement, the Selma University Allied Healthcare (SUAH) program subscribes to the following student outcomes:
To prepare students to function as members of a health care team.
To provide effective didactic education that offers the student the knowledge required of a health care professional.
To provide the skills required to function as an allied healthcare worker.
To instill the attitudes and ethics required of an allied health worker.
Marchina Harrell Allied Health Director (334)-874-1314, EXT.106 email@example.com
Allied Health Admissions
Admission into the Allied Healthcare Program requires a high school diploma or GED. Other requirements are listed below:
Unconditional admission to college.
Receipt of a completed application.
A minimum of 1.5 GPA on previous college work.
Good standing with the college.
Pass Drug Screening and Background Check.
Copy of your Immunization Record (Blue Slip) that provides evidence of TB skin test and MMR. Hepatitis vaccine series is encouraged when working in a healthcare setting. Need more in-depth information about the program.