Orientations -

Meet faculty, students, staff and colleagues. Learn essential information about your program. Get your questions answered. Connect with people, projects, jobs, upcoming events and student groups. Find your way around Gillings, Carolina and Chapel Hill. Participate. Orientations offer information essential to your success at Gillings.

Establishing Residency -

If you would like to be considered a North Carolina resident for tuition purposes, you must complete one or more forms that will provide the university with the information needed to evaluation your residency status. Complete instructions on establishing residency in the state of North Carolina are available here. You are also encouraged to contact…

Admitted Students

Congratulations on being admitted to UNC Gillings, the top public school of public health in the U.S.  Here you’ll find the resources you need to get settled and get started, including answers to your questions about: Life in Chapel Hill; Establishing residency; Student orientations; and Resources for international students.

Office of Student Affairs

                                  Welcome, current and admitted students! The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) enhances student development by providing a supportive and safe environment where students can achieve academic, social and professional success. At the Office of Student Affairs, we: Provide an array of services and resources to prospective, admitted and current students, including coordination of major school-wide programs and… Read more »

Visit Us

2014-2015 ORIENTATION SCHEDULES                     UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health welcomes students for school-wide orientation events beginning on: Friday, August 15, 2014          Limited Departmental Sessions (see schedule for details) Saturday, August 16, 2014     SPH Diversity Orientation (see schedule for details) Sunday, August 17, 2014        Maternal and Child Health  (see schedule for details) Monday, August 18, 2014    … Read more »

For Employers –

We offer more than 40 residential and distance learning degrees and certificates through seven academic departments and one program [link]. In addition, through the North Carolina Institute for Public Health [link], our school offers additional professional development opportunities, including continuing education (CE) courses and management and leadership institutes. Career services staff at the University of…