The Colorado School of Public Health is a fully accredited and well respected academic and research institution, located in the state of Colorado. The Colorado School of Public Health is a unique organization that offers students educational opportunities on three Colorado university campuses:
- University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, CO
- Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO
- University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO
Across our three campuses, you will find students who are serious about their education and career, and faculty who are dedicated to advancing health in communities around the world.
Learn more about our Colorado campuses
Selecting and applying to a degree or program
The Colorado School of Public Health offers many public health degrees and programs, including:
Admissions applications, requirements and deadlines vary by Colorado School of Public Health degree. It is important to review the application process and requirements for your intended degree prior to beginning your application.
In addition to meeting the application requirements for the program to which they are applying, international students' must also:
- Submit official TOEFL Scores. Applicants whose native language is not English or who have not earned a degree in the United States must submit TOEFL scores earned within two years preceding the desired term of entry. Minimum score required: 550-paper; 213-computer; 80-Internet. SOPHAS TOEFL code: 5688.
- Submit transcripts that have been verified by the World Education Services (WES) and sent directly to SOPHAS. A course-by-course transcript evaluation is required.
- If admitted, you are required to submit official proof of funding for at least one year of tuition, fees, and living expenses and an official request for I-20 form.
Visit your specific program's admissions page to learn more
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Need-based financial aid is limited for international students. We would encourage you to research funding opportunities that may be available through the country in which you hold citizenship, as some countries offer funding to students while studying abroad.
Please review the Funding and Resources for Intenational Students and Non-US Citizens document for more detailed information about external need- and merit-based funding opportunities available for international students.
Merit-based scholarship opportunities are available through the Colorado School of Public Health and are typically awarded during the application review process.
Learn more about ColoradoSPH scholarship opportunities
We appreciate your interest and welcome your application or inquiries. Here is how you can contact our school:
As you decide which public health program may be
right for you, consider contacting the University of Colorado Denver
Office of International Admissions for additional assistance and
Visit the CU Denver Office of International Admission