The College of Public Health's MPH and MHA programs have removed the GRE as an admissions requirement. Applicants may still submit their scores to show their quantitative competitiveness. MS and PhD applicants must still submit GRE scores.

If you haven’t already, we want to see you filling out or mailing your absentee ballot request form to share on CPH social media! Take a selfie during your act of engaged citizenry and send it to cph-buckeyesatosu [dot] edu along with a statement including your preferred name, program and year.


The Public Health Student Leadership Council is recruiting new members for the 2020-2021 school year. Applications are due Oct. 1.

The Together As Buckeyes Ambassador program is a new peer initiative designed to provide students at Ohio State with the opportunity to gain public health promotion experience.

Join the Ohio State College of Medicine's associate dean for admissions for group Q&A sessions regarding medical school admissions.

Individuals or groups who are interested in submitting a program can join us for one of our information session. Program applications can be found at

Opportunity from the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio: support student teams as they answer our fall project's driving question: "How can we use geocaching & letterboxing to safely promote pandemic health, wellness and fun in our Central Ohio community?"

Time is running out to register for BuckeyeThon's 2020-2021 virtual dance marathon. This year's registration fee has been waived. 

Let’s Connect is a free consultation and mentoring service for injury professionals and students to connect with experts at the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital via phone, Skype or Zoom.

The Student Life Student Wellness Center is working to fill a paid position for graduate students to support the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug (ATOD) program areas within the office. 

As we all adapt to a fall semester full of remote work, mask wearing and physical distancing, OSU Write-on-Site is excited to offer ongoing options for progress on your writing projects.

The Ohio State International City/County Management Association (ICMA) chapter is seeking public health students to be a part of the campus organization.

Small-capacity, physically distanced classrooms, which do not have courses scheduled in them, are being made available for students to drop in on a short-term basis.

Virtual advising drop-in hours for undergraduate and graduate students for autumn semester.

The Office of Student Life's OSU Votes is a student-led movement to register, educate and encourage other students to vote. This nonpartisan group fosters civic engagement at The Ohio State University.

The Health Sciences Library is soliciting information from faculty, staff and students to ensure their support processes are responsive to our needs. Please complete the survey before Sept. 30:

Autumn semester 2020 important deadlines

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion provides holistic support for qualifying student parents enrolled at Ohio State.

For the remainder of 2020, benefits-eligible faculty, staff and their enrolled spouses only need to complete the Personal Health and Well-being Assessment in order to earn full 2021 medical plan premium credit.

Beginning July 1, 2020, certain prospective benefit changes can be made during calendar year 2020 without a qualifying event.

The Public Health Graduate Student Association provides the opportunity for graduate students in the College of Public Health to network across divisions. Fill out the form to join the email list:

The Health Sciences Library has launched a new Virtual Instruction Resources guide to help you discover and navigate library resources you can use in your online health sciences instruction.