Undergradute Advising

PHHP Advisors are available for appointments Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Beginning in October, advisors will also be available for Zoom evening appointments on Wednesdays, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.  Undergraduate students wanting to connect with PHHP advisors may do so via email, phone, or zoom. To maximize advisor availability and ensure that we address a large volume of student questions, we strongly suggest reaching out to an advisor in a manner that is most appropriate for your given question(s).



15 Minute Phone Call


30 Minute Zoom Session



Email is encouraged when you have one or two quick questions, wish to share documents (forms, semester plans, etc.) with an advisor, or are unavailable to schedule an advising appointment. To connect with an advisor via email, please send inquiries to advising@phhp.ufl.edu. Emails are monitored by multiple staff members and are typically responded to within one business day.


Phone calls are a good option for smaller inquiries that you expect to take 15 minutes or less, such as: clearing holds, dropping one course, next term course planning, transient student questions, limited course advising, and questions about minors, study abroad, or S/U options. To schedule a phone call, please call 352-273-6457. When you call, state that you want to schedule a phone call with a PHHP advisor, and be ready to provide your UFID number, your availability, and phone number. Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance.


Zoom sessions are the better option if you have involved questions that you expect to take 30 minutes or less, such as: changing your major, BHS/BPH application questions, multiple semester course planning, 3 or more advising concerns or questions, university petition discussion/medical withdraw, forms such as PROMISE worksheets or ROTC plans, and financial aid petitions. To schedule a zoom session, please email advising@phhp.ufl.edu. Within your message, indicate your availability, your UFID number, and a phone number (in case of zoom malfunction). Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance.

OUr majors

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Students earning a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CMS) study the human communication processes related to speech, language, hearing, and swallowing.

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Public Health

The Public Health major is designed to provide students the opportunity to learn foundation skills necessary to engage both individual and community-based health care.

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College Minors

Communication Sciences and Disorders

The Communication Sciences and Disorders minor provides students with a foundation in the anatomy and physiology of the speech and hearing mechanism, and the normal development of hearing, speech and language skills.

Deaf and Hearing Sciences

The Deaf and Hearing Studies minor includes language classes in American Sign Language and classes to deepen awareness of the impact of hearing loss on everyday life and function.

Health Science

The Health Science minor introduces foundational knowledge and skills to students whose career goal is to work in health care.


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Welcome to the undergraduate programs in the College of Public Health and Health Professions! Our aim is to provide you the very best preparation for a future in the health professions or public health. Whether you are pursuing a degree in Health Science, Public Health, or Communication Sciences and Disorders, you will be learning from and interacting with recognized leaders in all areas of the health spectrum. This mostly occurs in the classroom, but also includes opportunities to collaborate with researchers examining priority health needs, to contribute to community initiatives that impact the health of populations, and to practice leadership and communication skills within a health context. Throughout your time in our college, our faculty, advisors, and Program Directors will work with you to help you achieve your career goals. We look forward to serving you.

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Student Spotlight

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Lindsey Berkowitz

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bachelor of health science — communication sciences and disorders

Emily McHugh

Emily McHugh

Alumni spotlight

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Ashley-Marie Bodor

Nurse and B.H.S. graduate Ashley-Marie Bodor finds joy supporting lung transplant patients.

Ashley-Marie Bodor

Bachelor of public health ’19

Allison Petkoff

Allison Petkoff is completing a fellowship at the Infectious Disease Policy Office at the United States Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C.

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College resources


PHHP Wellness Program

The PHHP Wellness Program encourages faculty, staff, and students to engage in activities that will benefit their overall health and wellbeing. The program incorporates contemporary initiatives that encompass the eight dimensions of wellness, which are emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, occupational, physical, social and spiritual.

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PHHP Scholarships

The college offers several scholarships, which are typically awarded during the spring semester. Undergraduate junior and senior students in the Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Public Health degree programs are eligible to apply.

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