Letter from the Dean

Dear School of Allied Health Students,

Thank you for choosing health care as your profession, and Valencia College as your school of choice! During these challenging times, your commitment to serving your community continues to inspire our own commitment to finding new ways to help you experience Health Care Training.

As Valencia College uses this time to innovate and adapt to the changing environment from emergent response to the pandemic into a new work and learning environment, I want to assure you that we are still committed to serving you safely and efficiently. Many process moved online with digital changes over the past 18 months. We are committed to expanding those conveniences and services so never hesitate to reach out to me directly if you have suggestions for areas where we can improve. In addition, our faculty and staff have renewed our commitment to the core belief of equity and opportunity at Valencia College. Please take some time to learn more about our Blueprint for Opportunity and Equity and learn about ways that we are engaging in scholarship and redesign to ensure that your experience, and those of the next generation, are served.

From all of our faculty and staff – we are excited to explore new ways of supporting you as you prepare for your career in our highly technical and impactful training programs. Our goal is to help you foster your passion for service and carry that with confidence into the workforce. 

 

Stay safe, stay healthy,

Dr. Marie Vasquez-Brooks, Dean, School of Allied Health
Valencia College
West Campus, MC: 4-44
1800 S. Kirkman Rd., Bldg. 3, Rm. 136
Orlando, FL 32811
Office: 407-582-5687
Mobile: 419-350-9486 (text ok)
mvasquezbrooks@valenciacollege.edu