The School of Public Health is made up of a vibrant student body. Your education is what you make of it – Get involved with SPH clubs to network with like-minded individuals!
Visit the Student Organizations page to find out more!
Students who are interested in an applied health career (e.g. medicine, nursing, dentistry, PA, PT, OT, pharmacy, etc) should make an appointment at the Health Professions Advising Office (HPAO) as soon as possible. This includes anyone who is Pre-medicine, pre-dental, etc. While our Advising office advises on all things public health, the HPAO office will get those interested in a career in applied pre-professional health on their way to meeting all of the necessary requirements.
If you are interested, please go to their website and click on the “Prepare” link to find your area of interest.
Weber Honors College – Honors Minor
Are you a Public Health major, pre-major or applicant and interested in getting an Honors Minor? This is an interdisciplinary 16-unit minor designed for students who are academically motivated and engaged. Classes are small, fun, interactive and seminar style which will greatly help you prepare for graduate school.
High School Applicants
High school seniors (incoming college freshmen) from the U.S. or overseas will be required to meet one of the following four eligibility criteria in order to apply:
- A weighted grade point average of 3.70 or above, or
- A composite score of 28 or above on the ACT, or
- A score of 1200 or above on the old SAT (Critical Reading + Math), or
- A score of 1270 or above on the new SAT (Evidence-Based Reading & Writing + Math)
Currently enrolled SDSU Applicants
Current SDSU students must have at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average in order to apply.
Students from the U.S. or overseas applying from a community college or another university must have at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average in order to apply.
For more information about the Weber Honors College:
SDSU Campus Resources
Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, or just need someone to talk to? Do you need medical, financial, housing or food assistance? Are you a transfer, veteran, first-generation, LGBTQ+, or underserved student who is looking for resources and support? Are you a parent who is also a student? Do you need help with resume building or career planning? You have come to the right place! Below we have a list of options to get you connected with the resources you need (that you never knew existed)!
Many are free or very low-cost for students, so check them out! SDSU resources are here to help you, do not be afraid to utilize them!
If you find additional resources that might be helpful to our students or if a link isn’t working, please e-mail us at PHundergrad@sdsu.edu to let us know so we can update the list!