Departmental resources for current students are available here.

Program Handbooks and Resources

Program handbooks are intended to guide students throughout their coursework and graduate studies within the Department. Please reference these guidebooks throughout your time here. The year for each handbook correlates with the year that you began the program.

Student Services Resources

Below are some important resources for student success:

Funding Sources and Related Tips

Complete your FAFSA as soon as possible (after you complete your taxes). You will then be in the UNC Financial Aid system for consideration for applicable scholarships based on the determined unmet need.

Review the information posted by the UNC Graduate School for applicable funding opportunities.

Subscribe to the UNC Graduate School Funding listserv.

Develop your personalized search and related alerts using the various funding databases and noted contacts, some are provided below.

Graduate Funding Information Center (GFIC)
The UNC Graduate Funding Information Center is a resource for those seeking information on funding sources for independent research, collaborative projects, fellowships, program development, and other scholarly activities. You can email the GFIC for hands-on, individual help..

Research at Carolina: Internal Funding Opportunities database
The Carolina Internal Funding Database provides information on internal sources of funds available from UNC-Chapel Hill.

Graduate Students Funding Sources from the UNC Global Education Center
Search the UNC Global Education Center website for funding resources for international study and research.

Review resources on the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health website. (Please note that the availability of teaching assistants and research assistants are very limited in the Public Health Leadership Program and are not known until August.)

The fastest way to resolve any issues with Campus Solutions is to file a Help ticket online. For policy or process questions, contact the functional office directly:

SPH Laptop Policy

We want you to be aware that the School requires all SPH students to own a laptop that meets campus minimum requirements.

On-campus Sessions

Leadership Certificate Students and Master of Public Health Distance Students

The on-campus gatherings, including the Leadership master of public health symposium and orientation (August) and seminar (March or May); the three-day Leadership Certificate Workshop; and the week-long Occupational Health Nursing 1 course, give students opportunities to interact with faculty, staff and fellow students in person. The pages here are designed to answer questions you may have about your visit to Chapel Hill.

Contact Information

Office of Student Affairs
Contact your academic coordinator.