Admissions deadlines vary by program and degree. Deadlines are published online
Admissions requirements vary by the program or degree you are applying to. Requirements are published online or available through the short links below:
If your question refers to the MPH/DrPH/Certificate programs, please contact the following:
Admissions: Jennifer Pacheco | Jennifer.Pacheco@ucdenver.edu | 303.724.5585
Current Students: Kari Phillipps | Kari.Phillipps@ucdenver.edu | 303.724.4449
If your question refers to the MS/PhD or the Residency programs, please contact Fayette Augillard | Fayette.Augillard@ucdenver.edu | 303.724.4442
Course registration dates are published on the school academic calendar and vary by program and semester.
As a collaborative school, our students may take public health courses at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (Aurora, CO), Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO) and the University of Northern Colorado (Greeley, CO). Additionally some courses may be offered online or at another CU campus.
Students are required to take a specific number of courses from their home institution. Your home institution is determined by the program and concentration in which you are enrolled. For more information on the degrees, programs and concentrations, visit Degrees and Programs.
Course offerings will vary by campus and semester. For a complete, updated list please visit Courses and Registration to access course schedules by semester.
Students are not allowed to audit a course at the Colorado School of Public Health. Students who have been officially accepted may register for a course for "no credit" but the student will still pay associated tuition and fees. Students must designate "no credit" either at the time of registration or during the Drop/Add period published on the academic calendar. "No credit" forms are available on the forms page. Learn more
Individuals who are interested in taking a Colorado School of Public Health course as a non-degree student need to complete the "non-degree student application" available on the forms page. Learn more.
The Colorado School of Public Health offers competitive scholarships and generally accepts applications on an annual basis. Learn more
Additionally, students are encouraged to apply for external funding and scholarship support. External scholarships websites are published alongside school scholarships under Financial Aid & Scholarships.
Tuition, along with the total cost of attendance, will vary program. Tuition rates are published by the school and CU Denver Bursar. Fees vary by campus and are also published by the school. Students may also be required to carry health insurance or purchase health insurance, rates are published online.
Additional expenses, including room, board and travel will vary but an estimated amount is published by the Bursar to help you financially plan your graduate education. Learn more