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To Lead, To Heal, To Serve

Our School of Allied Health Professions trains highly skilled students in more than 50 programs within a faith-based environment.

Our Programs

Stand out among a diverse workforce with an undergraduate, graduate, doctoral or professional certificate in one of our healthcare programs.

Service Learning

Whether it’s volunteering in our local communities or taking an international mission trip, our students embrace the many opportunities to serve.

Meet the Dean

Dr. Craig Jackson has been the dean of our school since 2002. Since then he has played an integral role in creating cutting-edge programs for our students. 


Our school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, meeting the highest standards of quality and effective education.

Contact Us

For more information regarding our campus, programs or admissions process, please call us at 909-558-4599 or email askalliedhealth@llu.edu.


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Countries Represented

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Take an active role as a student researcher through various opportunities on campus featuring research advancements.

Research Events