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Fall Orientation is underway!

We thought we'd share a few photos.

Fall Orientation Photos

So far, this "selfie" by associate deans Ward and Gange is our favorite!

Deans' Selfie

Welcome banner in galleryFall Orientation has begun and we’re excited to meet our incoming students!

Students starting degree programs in the departments of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Environmental Health Sciences; Epidemiology; Health Behavior and Society; and International Health report today.

We’ll meet students from the departments of Biostatistics; Health Policy and Management; Mental Health; Molecular Microbiology and Immunology; and Population Family and Reproductive Health tomorrow.

All new degree students attend Friday’s orientation activities.

Welcome New Students!

Fall Orientation starts one week from today!

Agendas are printed, breakfast is ordered and all 500 water bottles are washed!

Freshly washed water bottles

Welcome (full-time) MPH Students!

We’re so happy to see you!

We hope you enjoy these next few days getting to know our School, your fellow students and - very important - the coffee selection at the Daily Grind!

Welcome Banner

Welcome studentsIt seems like convocation was just last week and already the halls are busy with students attending Summer Institutes or beginning their online/part-time MPH.

And would you believe?

Orientation for full-time MPH students is less than a month away!

Are you coming? Are you ready?

Orientation is mandatory for incoming students. The June 30-July 1 event is for full-time MPH students only (there’s a separate orientation in August for all other incoming degree students).

We’ve developed a checklist to help you prepare. This and other details regarding Orientation may be found on the Admitted Student Website (login and password required).

As always, you can email us with any questions.

Hope to see you soon!