Student Services

Welcome to Human Sciences Student Services

The College of Human Sciences Student Services office is located in 131 MacKay Hall. Please stop by anytime during our office hours for assistance. Our current office hours are 8:00 am until 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. December 20 through January 3 we are available 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, but closed Thursday and Friday, December 25 and 26 and January 1.

In addition to the information found in these pages, Student Services includes the following programs:

Career Services

Multicultural Programs

International Programs

Honors

Student News

College of Human Sciences students play key roles in Students Helping Our Peers, an organization that operates a food pantry on campus. Contributed photo.Iowa State students fight food pantry stigma

Fear of judgment can prevent people from using resources such as food pantries, but an Iowa State University organization called Students Helping Our Peers is on a mission to fight the food pantry stigma.



The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences will celebrate the achievements of hundreds of graduating students in a series of events this weekend. Photo by Wyeth Lynch.Graduation events will celebrate student achievement

The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences will celebrate the achievements of hundreds of graduating students in a series of events this weekend.



Iowa State’s family and consumer sciences distance learning program allows Cassie Gerst of Mount Pleasant to work and spend time with her family while she earns her master’s degree. Contributed photo.Iowa State’s distance learning programs open doors to higher education

Iowa State University’s online and distance learning programs are opening doors to higher education for a growing number of nontraditional students.



ISU students talk with Sally Shaver DuBois about their exercise routine for an assembly at United Community School. Partnership promotes good health with online lessons on fitness and nutrition

A group of Iowa State University students is using technology to connect with students at United Community School and share lessons on everything from proper hand washing to fire prevention to physical fitness.



Panteleimon Ekkekakis, an associate professor in kinesiology, said job prospects for kinesiology students are good because employers are hiring such professionals to motivate employees to be physically active. Photo by Blake Lanser. Kinesiology shifts to focus on lifelong health

The Iowa State University Department of Kinesiology has evolved from solely teaching physical education to leading advanced research and professional training focused on bettering lifelong health.



Rey Junco (center) uses technology and social media to communicate with students both inside and out of the classroom. Photo by Blake Lanser. Technology changes teacher-student communication

Social media has dramatically changed the way students and teachers interact in and out of the classroom.



Katie Borton, a science teacher at Nevada Middle School, is one of 10 former Iowa State M.A.T. students who have received a prestigious award that’s given each year to up to 25 teachers nationwide for exceptional science teaching in the first five years in the classroom. Photo by Blake Lanser.
Iowa State helps to fill shortage of science teachers

A nationally award-winning program at Iowa State University has for more than a decade helped fill the state’s need for high-quality science teachers.



Jehan Bostick, David Mena, Taylor McBroom, Susan Cruz-Rodriquez, Camry Crosswait, and Seth Armah were in fall 2014 among more than 5,000 students in the College of Human Sciences. Photo by Wyeth Lynch.College of Human Sciences growth, diversity outpaces university

The College of Human Sciences has outpaced the university as a whole in both enrollment growth and racial diversity.



Iowa State University’s Joan Bice Underwood Tearoom adapts to industry trends to give students the best possible on-campus restaurant experience. Photo by Blake Lanser. Joan Bice Underwood Tearoom adjusts to industry changes

Iowa State University’s Joan Bice Underwood Tearoom adapts to industry trends to give students the best possible on-campus restaurant experience.



Iowa State partnership to improve awareness and access to dementia services

Dementia is a difficult and complex diagnosis. Unlike cancer or heart disease, dementia is a terminal illness that often goes undiagnosed and is difficult to treat.