The Office of Academic Assistance is dedicated to helping School of Public Health students progress toward graduation in a timely manner. Our academic advisors help students chart a path that's tailored to their specific goals and career aspirations.
Our Graduate Advisors are available to meet with current Ph.D., DrPH, MPH and Graduate Certificate students to discuss any of the following:
- Your program of study
- Changing your concentration
- Course substitutions
- Thesis/Capstone registration and defense process
Our Undergraduate Academic Advisors are available to meet with students who have earned 90 or more credit hours about the following.
Students who have less than 90 credit hours should contact the University Advisement Center.
Undergraduate Seniors only:
Virtual Drop-In Hours
Monday and Thursday 2 – 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday 10 – 11:30 a.m.
School of Public Health faculty are dedicated to student success. You are strongly encouraged to request a meeting with a faculty member(s) to discuss questions related to:
- Which concentration is right for your career goals
- Which electives are best suited to provide you with the necessary skills for your career goals
- Research interests and opportunities
- Networking/professional organizations
- Thesis/Capstone topics
You are not assigned a permanent faculty advisor, nor are you limited to approaching just one faculty member for mentorship. We encourage you to reach out to those whose research areas align with your interests and career goals.