Stevens-Henager College — Independence University Branch Campus
Founded in 1978 as California College for Health Sciences and now known as Independence University, our institution has dedicated itself for more than 30 years to providing distance education to working adults. Specializing from the start in allied health programs, IU early on made its mark in areas such as respiratory care education, becoming the first institution to offer accredited respiratory care programs at a distance. Throughout its history, IU has also reached beyond the barriers of traditional on-campus education to offer programs not only to working adults across the United States but also to those serving in the military and to international students living in the U.S.
In 2005, CCHS became Independence University, a name that more accurately reflects the institution's broader range of programs and its philosophy that education should lead to greater independence. Today, IU is comprised of three colleges: the College of Health Sciences, the College of Business, and the College of Education.
In 2010, Independence University merged with its affiliated institution, Stevens-Henager College, becoming a branch of Stevens-Henager's main campus in Ogden/West Haven, Utah. The main campus is located at 1890 South 1350 West, West Haven, UT 84401.
For more information about Independence University, and for a list of programs offered by IU, vistit http://www.independence.edu/.