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Scholarships Available to Students of the College of Allied Health Sciences

The scholarships listed in this section are awarded to currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students admitted to the College of Allied Health Sciences. The East Carolina University Office of Student Financial Aid assists students in obtaining funds from other sources best suited for the individual's need.


Student Leaders Council

The College of Allied Health Sciences Student Leaders Council is comprised of two representatives from each degree-granting department. The Council representatives serve as liaisons between students in departments and the GA.




Student Organizations

A list and brief description of the college's departmental student organizations




Academic Advising for CAHS Students

The undergraduate advisors for the College of Allied Health Sciences are Kristal Gauthier, and Anthony Coutouzis, Ms. Bailey advises Health Services Management and Pre-OT students. Mr. Coutouzis advises freshman and new transfers for Clinical Laboratory Science, Rehabilitation Services, and Speech and Hearing Sciences and Pre-PT and Pre-PA students.


ECU Career Services

Career Services for Allied Health Students

ECU Career Services’ primary purpose is to assist and guide students in their career quest. We help students understand how to manage their careers and how to effectively market themselves in whatever endeavor they may choose. Services available to students include career exploration through assessments, resume, cover letter, personal statement and CV assistance, interview preparation, job and internship search strategies, networking with professionals, and workshops to develop professional skills. Patrick Roberts, the career liaison to the College of Nursing/College of Allied Health, has over 7 years of experience in career counseling and development.

We have two locations to serve you. Health Sciences Campus: 3508C Laupus Library and Main Office: 701 E. Fifth Street (corner of 5th and Jarvis). To schedule an appointment please call 252-328-6050. More information is located at



Student Code of Conduct

The faculty members of the College of Allied Health Sciences (CAHS) have an academic, legal and ethical responsibility to protect the public and health care community from inappropriate professional conduct or unsafe behaviors in the practice of allied health professions. Students enrolled in the CAHS are expected to uphold at all times standards of integrity and behavior that will reflect credit upon themselves, their families, and East Carolina University (ECU). The faculty members of CAHS endorse the ECU Student Code of Conduct and Policies and recognize those policies and procedures as providing the appropriate government of student conduct. The ECU Student Code of Conduct and Policies can be found at

In addition, CAHS students may be provided with documents from their respective departments which express expectations regarding academic and professional conduct within all academic and clinical aspects of the curriculum during general advisement sessions, course work, clinical affiliations, and other instructional forums. All CAHS students are expected to be familiar with their department policies and professional codes of ethics and to conduct themselves in accordance with these standards.

Student inquiries and complaints regarding the implementation of the ECU Student Code of Conduct and Policies should initially be addressed at the departmental level. The faculty members of CAHS recognize that students may seek the assistance or counsel of the Office of the Dean of Students at any time.

Interim Policy for Handling Student Appeals related to Student Conduct Code Violations:
Violations of the ECU Student Conduct Code are first addressed at the departmental level. If resolution is not achieved, the student is referred to the office of the Dean of Student Services. That office will assist and guide students in the appeals processes.

For Undergraduate Grade Appeals, please refer to

For Graduate Grade Appeals, please refer to




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