All OHSU-PSU School of Public Health graduate students’ financial aid services are provided by the OHSU Office of Financial Aid, with the exception of students in the MURP/MPH and MSW/MPH dual degree programs.
Graduate students must complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form to the appropriate Financial Aid office to be consider for aid eligibility.
MURP/MPH and MSW/MPH dual degree students must submit their FASFA form to the PSU Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships to be considered for financial aid eligibility.
Important OHSU Offices
Below you will find important offices and their contact information for student financial aid resources in Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU).
OHSU Office of Financial Aid
OHSU Cashier’s Office
SPH Graduate Tuition & Fees
Review the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health’s tuition & fees rate for the latest academic calendar year, the refund schedule, and prior academic years’ tuition and fees.SPH Tuition & Fees
Deans Scholarship Fund
The SPH Dean’s Scholarship Fund for Public Health invests in first-generation students from historically underserved, or otherwise marginalized groups.
Learn more about the SPH Dean’s Scholarship Fund and how you can apply.