Visiting GWSPH

There is no better time to pursue a graduate degree in public health. The ongoing pandemic has proven there is a greater need for future public health professionals and healthcare administrators like you that strive to make our communities healthier and safer! The Office of Admissions & Enrollment at the Milken Institute School of Public Health offers video chat or phone appointments to prospective residential (on-campus) graduate students. Additionally, you can learn more information about the school of public health and our residential graduate programs by requesting a digital viewbook

UPCOMING VIRTUAL GRADUATE EVENTS*

DATE

LOCATION

INFORMATION

LINK

May 27 Virtual

Virtual Information Session

2:30pm - 3:00pm (EDT)

REGISTER
May 28 Virtual

Public Health Pop-Up: Current Issues and Connections in Environmental & Occupational Health

2:30pm (EDT)

REGISTER
Jun 17 Virtual

Virtual Information Session

2:30pm (EDT)

 
Jul 8 Virtual

TIPH Virtual Fair

9:00am-4:00pm (EDT)

 

*Events listed above are intended for residential (on-campus) graduate programs. For more information about our online programs and events, please contact an online admissions counselor.

SCHEDULE A VIRTUAL APPOINTMENT

Prospective residential graduate students can SCHEDULE A VIRTUAL APPOINTMENT with an admissions representative. 

For more information regarding other program admissions, please see below:

  • Prospective doctoral students are encouraged to contact the DrPH or PhD program director for any questions related to the program, outside the application process. 
  • Prospective online students should contact an online admissions counselor by email to discover more about our online programs.
  • Prospective undergraduate students are strongly encouraged to schedule a GW Information Session to learn about the undergraduate admissions process. 

GWSPH BUILDING TOUR

Our beautiful state-of-the-art LEED Platinum building is located on the George Washington University's Foggy Bottom, just blocks from the White House. Opened in 2014, the building integrates the core values of public health through sustainable design and green technology. While we are currently not welcoming visitors to campus in response to the pandemic, we invite you to download the BUILDING TOUR PDF below to learn more about the building.