What Happens After You Apply?

Students are admitted to the MPH program in the fall and spring semesters. Admission decisions may be delayed if the application is received close to the beginning of a semester.

When the application is complete, the NOCPH Admissions Committee reviews the application to determine if the applicant meets the admission requirements for the MPH degree. The Co-Directors are ex-officio members of the admissions committee and one Co-Director must sign the admission summary page for each applicant.

The admission summary is sent to the College of Graduate Studies for final review by the Dean who signs the admissions letter. The admissions letter contains the status of admission (provisional or regular), the UT and BGSU identification numbers, advisor's name and information on how to acquire universities' emails and identification cards and how to register for classes. After the letter is signed,  it is mailed to the applicant.

By applying on-line, the student is able to check the application status at any time. Questions about admissions or problems with the online application process should be directed to the College of Graduate Studies, 419-383-4186.