Freshmen and sophomore Undergradute Advising
Over the next several weeks, PHHP advisors will switch from appointment-based advising to Zoom walk-ins. Zoom walk-ins are intended to last 15 minutes or less, for items such as: clearing holds, dropping one course, registration planning for the immediate next semester, transient student questions, limited course advising, and questions about minors. Zoom walk-ins are intended to be brief so that advisors may assist as many students as possible. Zoom walk-ins are for current UF students only. Non-UF students who have questions about our undergraduate programs should email firstname.lastname@example.org
The walk in hours for November 23rd through December 4th are as follows. Please note: there will be no zoom walk-ins between Wednesday, Nov. 25th through Friday, Nov. 27th as advisors will be out of office.
- Monday, Nov. 23rd: 9 – 11 am, and 2 – 4 pm
- Tuesday, Nov. 24th: 9 – 11 am, and 2 – 4 pm
- Monday, Nov. 30th: 9 – 11 am, and 2 – 4 pm
- Tuesday, Dec. 1st: 9 – 12 pm, and 2 – 4 pm
- Wednesday, Dec. 2nd: 9 – 12 pm, and 2 – 4 pm
- Thursday, Dec. 3rd: 9 – 12 pm, and 2 – 4 pm
- Friday, Dec. 4th: 9 – 12 pm, and 2 – 4 pm
Additionally, if you have one or two quick questions, wish to share documents (forms, semester plans, etc.) with an advisor, or are unavailable for walk-ins, please connect with an advisor via email at email@example.com. Emails are monitored by multiple staff members and are typically responded to within one business day.
Meeting ID: 953 4596 9692 Passcode: 432893
Students earning a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CMS) study the human communication processes related to speech, language, hearing, and swallowing.
The Health Science major is the first step toward a career in the rewarding field of health care.
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.
Students have options to pursue three specialized combination degrees.
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.
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.
The Health Science minor introduces foundational knowledge and skills to students whose career goal is to work in health care.
This minor enables students to acquire public health knowledge that complements their career paths.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS
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.
Nurse and B.H.S. graduate Ashley-Marie Bodor finds joy supporting lung transplant patients.
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.
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.
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.