Schedule a Visit

Choosing the institution to pursue your graduate degree can be a difficult choice. The Office of Admissions invites prospective graduate students to schedule a school tour led by current graduate students, attend an introductory MPH graduate level course, or meet one-on-one visit with an admissions representative to learn more about the Milken Institute School of Public Health.



Prospective online graduate students and prospective undergraduate students (current high school students or transfer students) are welcome to schedule the School of Public Health tour to see the facilities. For more information regarding admissions, please see below:

Admitted students are encouraged to contact the Office of Admissions separately from the registration pages above to schedule admitted student visits. In addition, the Office of Admissions hosts multiple open houses, webinars, and attends recruitment events around the country. Click the "Schedule of Events" tab below to see upcoming events or meet GWSPH on the road!

Schedule of Events





Dec. 5 Virtual

Instagram Takeover: Ash Rai

Follow our Instagram (@GWPublicHealth) stories for a day in the life of a current graduate student. 

Dec. 10 Virtual

Webinar: Life In DC

12:00pm-1:00pm, Password: GWSPH

Feb. 23 Pittsburgh, PA

Pitt Pre-Health Summit

University of Pittsburgh - William Pitt Union, 10:30am-12:20pm




Prospective students can schedule a campus tour, open house, or event through the Admissions Visitor Center. View upcoming availability and register for a campus tour. If you experience technical difficulties, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by phone at 202.994.6040 or by email at


With limited parking on or near campus, it is encouraged that all attendees use Metrorail or app-based rideshare programs. The school of public health is accessible using the "Foggy Bottom-GWU" Metrorail station on the orange, blue, and silver lines. If using a taxi or rideshare app, enter "950 New Hampshire Avenue NW" as your final destination and driver should drop you off in front of the school of public health.