The School of Family and Consumer Sciences is housed in Schrank Hall South and is accredited by the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. The School provides education in undergraduate and graduate programs, including:
Clothing, textile as well as a computer center, are available for student learning experiences. All programs provide community experiences through internships or student teaching.
These programs have active Advisory Committees of community professionals who provide advice and networking assistance. The School's Center for Family Studies offers a variety of certificate programs, including Divorce Mediation, Home Based Intervention and Case Management.
The School utilizes the Center for Child Development for the study of child development and teacher education.