Welcome to the Vector Newsletter: Admitted Student Edition! This newsletter is sent to students who have been admitted to the University of Michigan School of Public Health as a one-stop shop for helpful resources, important dates, and reminders.

The Vector is composed by Michigan Public Health’s Office for Student Engagement and Practice (OSEP). You may have interacted with the OSEP team as a prospective student. OSEP also manages many current student support services including student records, course grades and evaluations, career services, counseling, and student life.

We hope the Admitted Student Vector has been helpful to you. This will be the final issue. Previous issues are available at the bottom of this newsletter and on the admitted student webpage. Students who accept their enrollment offer to the University of Michigan School of Public Health will start receiving the Incoming Student Vector in May with important information for your arrival to the school.
We want to know what you think!

We have a few questions about your application experience and future plans. Each year, we actively use feedback to constantly improve our internal processes and provide students with the best possible service. This survey is for students admitted to our residential graduate degree programs. Students admitted to our online Population and Health Sciences program will receive a separate survey.
If you have questions about the survey or difficulties with the link, please do not hesitate to reach out to sph-inquiries@umich.edu.
Reminder: Confirm Your Enrollment by Friday, April 15

If you have not done so already, please confirm your enrollment for Fall 2022 by Friday, April 15. To do so, log into your Wolverine Access account and follow the steps outlined in your admissions letter. Please note that for most programs, enrollment is not complete until your non-refundable enrollment deposit is also submitted. 
If you are interested in seeking a decision extension or exploring deferral options, you should reach out to your department program coordinator.
Student Experience
Our Approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Michigan Public Health
A strength of the Michigan Public Health community is its commitment to attracting, training and engaging students, faculty and staff from different backgrounds, cultures, values and perspectives. We seek to create an environment that invites and values the contributions of everyone so we can fulfill our public health mission. We are committed to honest and respectful dialogue, treating everyone with dignity and respect, and managing tensions and different viewpoints with maturity, sensitivity and as growth opportunities. We view this approach to diversity as fundamental to achieving our educational, research, practice and professional development goals because it provides opportunities for us to expand our horizons, learn from each other and do our best work. 

Learn more about how we define diversity, equity, and inclusion and the components at Michigan Public Health that create a community of support.
Customize Your Degree with Public Health Certificate Programs

University of Michigan School of Public Health residential graduate students have the option to earn graduate certificates in a variety of concentrations that help them dive deeper into their passions and support their career ambitions. There are seven residential graduate certificates offered by the School of Public Health and several more administered through other units at the University. There are also nine certificate options for Population and Health Sciences online graduate students.
Stay Connected with Us!

See for yourself how our mission is lived daily through the dedicated work of our faculty, staff, students and alumni. Following us on social media and subscribing to our content platforms are great ways to see what it's like to be part of the Michigan Public Health community and stay up-to-date on what's happening at the school.

Imagine your life as a Michigan Public Health student by engaging with behind-the-scenes content from our students. This is your go-to platform to hear from current students as they share their perspectives on our school and the issues they’re passionate about.

Stay up-to-date on the latest public health news, research and resources from our experts, who are working on some of the world’s most pressing problems, from COVID-19 to racial health inequities.

Get to know members of our community, from faculty and staff to current students and alumni, and envision yourself following in their footsteps to take on some of the world’s biggest public health challenges.

Subscribe to the Population Healthy Podcast and Newsletter
Subscribing to the Population Healthy newsletter and podcast will keep you informed of the latest public health news and research coming from members of our community—and be an inspiration to the work you can pursue as a student at Michigan Public Health.
We Are Michigan Public Health

Get to know our students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

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Featuring Dr. Rob Davidson, Master's Student, Online Population and Health Sciences Degree Program
Michigan Public Health News

Last week, Michigan Public Health launched the fourth season of Population Healthy, our weekly podcast that brings together experts in our school community to discuss important public health topics that impact our everyday lives. Listen to the latest episodes on what health departments do and why healthier food makes for healthier populations.
We're Here to Help

We hope you have found this information to be helpful. If you have questions, our Recruitment and Admissions Team can be reached at sph-inquiries@umich.edu at any time to help you navigate the steps to pursue a degree from Michigan Public Health.
In addition, the Program Coordinator from your admitting department/program is also here to support you throughout the process.

Did you miss a previous issue of The Vector: Admitted Student Edition? No problem! Catch up on the previous version below.
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