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Current Undergraduate Students

Navigating The School of Public Health

The OHSU-PSU School of Public Health (SPH) is a partnership between Oregon Health & Science University and Portland State University. SPH undergraduate students study, work, and socialize across PSU’s downtown campus. Our undergraduate programs are offered through Portland State University.

Be sure to explore the Undergraduate Student Essentials for more information and resources for navigating the School of Public Health.



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The Annual Student Survey is an opportunity for your voice to be heard. Your answers are confidential and all data will be de-identified during analysis so that results are not linked to individual students.

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Undergraduate Student Listserv Digest

Don’t miss the latest news and information posted on the SPH Undergraduate listserv, including academic updates and opportunities, internships, and much more.

Click on the listserv button here to view all the latest messages.

You must be logged in with your PSU credentials in order to join or access the Undergraduate listserv.


OHSU-PSU SPH Student Emergency Fund

The SPH Student Emergency Fund provides limited emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled SPH students who are experiencing unanticipated financial hardship resulting from emergency or crisis situations.

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Careers In Public Health

ASPPHWebinar: Careers in Public Health

Watch the ‘Careers In Public Health’ webinar by The Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) to learn about what it’s like to work in Public Health.

The webinar explores the various opportunities within the field and how you can find your fit. Panelists will provide an overview of the career paths, required skill sets, and what it’s like to do the work they do.

“The webinar is perfect for both SPH undergraduates and future students. It helps explain the many career possibilities in our field and for each area of study.”Dr. Belinda Zeidler, MST, assistant professor and assistant dean for undergraduate affairs.