The Ohio State University Campus
Pursuing your public health education here connects you to one of America's great institutions of higher learning. Founded in 1870, The Ohio State University has one of the nation's largest single college campus enrollments and the vast resources that go with it. Our health sciences campus is at the forefront of cutting edge public health research. Our connection with the Wexner Medical Center, listed as one of "America's Best Hospitals" on U.S. News & World Report, only strengthens the research opportunities our students have. Also, as one of seven health sciences colleges, the College of Public Health is part of the most comprehensive health sciences campus in the nation.
Because the college is on the same campus as all the major liberal arts and professional programs of The Ohio State University, you will enjoy the advantages of close affiliation with students and faculty in an unmatched breadth of academic offerings to enrich your educational experience. Although the university is large, the College of Public Health offers opportunities for fellow students to get to know each other and the faculty.
Click here to virtually visit Cunz Hall, the home of the College of Public Health.
Our home, Columbus, Ohio
For a student, a university’s location is almost as important as its programs. And it would be hard to find a city that offers more than Columbus. Whether it’s a practicum or residency at a Fortune 500 company, hands-on experience at one of the world’s biggest research institutes, meaningful position in state government or just the fun of a vibrant cultural scene, the role Columbus plays in a student’s education is immeasurable. And, with one of the best job markets in the Midwest, Columbus isn’t just a great place to get a degree, it’s also a great place to launch a career.