Through our research, advocacy and service, the School of Public Health plays a leading role in guiding campus, county, and state policies and procedures for safe reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic, and brings national and global visibility to the University of Maryland with its thought leadership on racial justice and curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
Our diverse student population of more than 2,800 undergraduates and graduates represents the future public health workforce for our state and the nation.
The School is the only accredited school of public health at a public university in the national capital region, offering an affordable education with outstanding professional development opportunities.
- 36% of SPH undergraduate students are from underrepresented racial and ethnic minority groups
- 70% of SPH undergraduate students are female
Philanthropic support provides crucial financial resources to students in need and creates a positive impact around the world by advancing our research, advocacy and service.
Why I Give: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation honors Dr. Robin Mockenhaupt with a $1,500,000 gift to enhance students' public health experiences.