Our Undergraduate Services team members advise students enrolled in our B.S. and B.A. Public Health degree programs, teach public health courses, and assist with questions related to application, transfer, and change of major processes.
For questions about the B.A. and B.S. degree programs in public health, we encourage you to contact the Office of Undergraduate Student Services if you need additional assistance. For exercise science B.S. degree programs, please contact one of our academic advisors.
Our advisor list has contact information for all of our undergraduate programs.
Forms and Resources
Our frequently requested forms (e.g., advisement, late/change, minor application, etc.) can be found in the box at right. We've also provided curriculum checklists for students in each of our programs.
Opportunities for Underrepresented Students
Explore summer programs, scholarships, and research opportunities aimed specifically at African American and other underrepresented students in exercise science and public health.
Study Abroad Opportunities
The Study Abroad Office offers a variety of education opportunities and hosts events throughout the year, including those put on by their student-led organization, the Study Abroad Association. Serving the university community by providing accessible, safe international experiences is central to the Study Abroad Office's mission.
In addition to enrolling in classes that fulfill your major and general degree requirements, you can also volunteer, intern and work abroad in fields related to your academic, professional and extra-curricular interests.