Campus Visits & Events
The Public Health programs host several opportunities throughout the year for prospective, admitted, and enrolling students to learn more about us and our programs. Please note these events are specific to our campus-based Master of Public Health programs. See the list below for our upcoming virtual events.
Webinars & Information Sessions
We offer two different kinds of virtual sessions for students interested in learning more about our MPH program. Webinars cover a specific topic of interest to our students, and information sessions are a general overview of the MPH program covering key highlights that we know most students are interested in learning about.
Hosted by the Admissions Office, each information session provides an overview of the MPH program, our concentration offerings, degree requirements, and the admissions process and requirements. Typically, a small group of prospective students attend and there is ample time at the end for questions. We recommend that interested students register for an information session before attending any other events or doing a one-on-one virtual visit to get a good introduction to the program.
Upcoming Information Sessions
To register to attend, select a date below that works for you.
These virtual events cover a specific topic and are offered throughout the year. They may be hosted by the Admissions Office, or by another faculty or staff member who is a subject-area expert in the information presented. Time is reserved for questions at the end of the session.
Current Student Panel
Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 12:00 pm EST
During this webinar we will have current students in our campus-based MPH program available to answer questions from webinar attendees. Learn more about our program from the point of view of the students who are earning their MPH with us already.
Virtual Campus Visits
Since we are unable to welcome visitors to campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have transitioned our campus visit to virtual visits. Each appointment consists of a private Zoom meeting with an admissions counselor, where you can discuss your specific questions and interests to get information and guidance.
The admissions counselor who meets with you will be able to answer your questions and connect you to other members of the Public Health programs (including faculty and/or current students) for more information. We recommend that you consider attending an Information Session before scheduling a one-on-one visit to get a good overview of the program if possible.
Virtual Graduate Fairs
Many organizations that usually host graduate fairs have transitioned their events to a virtual format. When possible, we are attending these events and you can see a schedule at the link below. Please note that each organization is running their fair using their own schedule and technology, so contact the fair organizer directly to register and find more information.