Thank you for your interest in the Colorado School of Public Health! Whether you're in the middle of the application process or just starting to consider a future as a student at our school, we have resources and information to help you along the way.
Below you'll find links to information about our application process, frequently asked questions, tuition and aid information, and more.
If you still have questions or would like additional assistance, please don't hesitate to contact our Office of Academic & Student Affairs team.
From masters to doctoral to certificate programs, we offer a wide range of options for you to pursue a graduate education. With five academic departments in all five core areas of public health and programs offered at three leading Colorado universities, you can choose the program and adventure that's right for you.
Applying to graduate school can be complicated. We work hard to make the process as straight-forward as possible. We do not require the GRE for our MPH and DrPH programs and we participate in SOPHAS, which allows you to apply to multiple public health schools with one application.
Learn about tuition and aid options
Financial aid and a limited number of scholarships are available. We encourage you explore all the resources and options available for financing your education so that you can make informed decisions. We're here to answer questions you may have along the way.
Get a feel for student life
Deciding on the right school and the right program for you involves weighing everything from future career prospects to the kinds of classes you'll take. It also involves finding a community where you feel at home. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, we're lucky to call the beautiful state of Colorado home. As a student at ColoradoSPH, you'll have opportunities to explore large, urban areas where art and music thrive and smaller, more rural areas with tight-knit communities and countless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Each of our university locations offer unique academic programs, community culture, and student experience.