The Colorado School of Public Health offers students educational opportunities at three prominent research universities throughout the state of Colorado:
- University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado
- Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado
- University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado
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:
In addition to meeting the application requirements for the program to which you are applying, you must also:
All academic transcripts must be submitted to the World Education Services for evaluation. The WES ICAP (course by course) is required.
SOPHAS ID: 5688
Information regarding considerations for exemption, including country of citizenship/origin, and special circumstances can be found here.
IELTS scores can be submitted in lieu of TOEFL. Please submit official IELTS scores directly to the Office of Admissions & Student Affairs. The minimum IELTS score is 6.5.2
The financial statement is only for admitted applicants and is submitted to the Office of International Student & Scholar Services when requested.
The I-20 is only for admitted applicants and is submitted by the Office of Admissions & Student Affairs to the Office of International Admissions Student & Scholar Services when requested.4
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.
Merit-based scholarship opportunities are available through the Colorado School of Public Health and are typically awarded during the application review process.
Beginning Fall 2019, after satisfactorily completing (3.0 GPA or better) and paying non-resident tuition for 18 credit hours, degree-seeking international students (on F1 or J1 visas) who have been enrolled for one calendar year will be eligible to receive a tuition differential scholarship. The scholarship will enable international students to pay resident tuition for the remaining required credits of their degree program. The scholarship will continue to be awarded each semester as long as the student is making satisfactory progress in their program according to program policies.
We appreciate your interest and welcome your application or inquiries. Contact us at: