Why Study Public Health at Iowa?

The College of Public Health at the University of Iowa is the state’s only accredited school of public health and is ranked among the top 10 publicly supported schools of public health in the nation. With an extensive network of community partners who support students’ experiential learning and a track record of offering high-quality education, you will be prepared for rewarding careers in public health practice or further academic study.

Student Opportunities

In addition to nearly 500 Student Organizations, as a UI student, you can choose from multiple Living-Learning Communities, Study Abroad Programs, and Undergraduate Research Opportunities.

Faculty, Facilities, and Resources

The College of Public Health faculty is highly productive and has expertise in all disciplines of public health. Our faculty collaborates extensively with campus colleagues and with community partners to provide innovative education, research, and public health practice programs.

The College of Public Health Building is a state-of-the-art LEED certified facility that reflects the college’s commitment to sustainability. Centrally located on the university’s health sciences campus, the building houses auditoriums, classrooms, and student commons, as well as the college’s core administrative, departmental, and faculty offices.


Questions or comments? Contact Katie McCullough. This page was last reviewed on July 12, 2018.