The Colorado School of Public Health is built on the collective expertise and vision of faculty at three leading educational and research institutions: the University of Colorado Denver, Colorado State University and the University of Northern Colorado. Our three universities collectively address issues of American Indian and Alaska Native health, cancer prevention and control, diabetes and obesity prevention, global health, maternal and child health, worker health and wellness, among other areas —all aspects of public health education and research.
As a collaboration, the school operates at three campuses, with each campus connected to one of our three partner institutions:
- University of Colorado Denver's CU Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora
- Colorado State University's campus in Fort Collins
- University of Northern Colorado's campus in Greeley
Although each campus offers a unique identity and student life experience, all Colorado School of Public Health students have access to renowned faculty, more than 150 public health courses, eight research centers, and a network of community partners and future employers.
Combined, the school incorporates all Colorado-based public health graduate education and research into a single school, guided under a single mission—To promote the physical, mental, social and environmental health of people and communities in the Rocky Mountain West and globally.
What is Public Health?
Public health is your health
Public health improves the conditions and behaviors that affect the health of each and every one of us. Public health battles against deadly contagious diseases and promotes healthier lifestyles. Public health seeks to reduce incidences of preventable diseases, minimize the consequences of catastrophic events, and provide the basics of sanitation, safe food and water.
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