Resources for Current and Prospective Public Health Students
Helping you navigate the world of online learning
At UNE, we are committed to providing our students with the highest level of academic and personal support possible. Our online public health programs were created with the working professional in mind, and as such we realize that students need easy access to resources that can help them manage the degree requirements alongside their career and home life.
Student resources – a quick list
- IT/HelpDesk for 24/7 technical/IT support
- Access to Library Services
- Online Graduate Academic Calendar
- Academic support via the Student Academic Success Center
- Employment support through our Career Services
- Student Handbook
- UNE Bookstore
Public Health Program Support for Current Students
Upon acceptance, your student support specialist will be your primary contact at the online College of Graduate & Professional Studies.
Our student support specialists understand that you need fast and easy access to resources to help you manage your degree requirements along with your career and home life, and are committed to providing you and all of our online students with the highest level of academic and personal support.
Your student support specialist can help you with the following:
- Notifications about textbooks and other course resources
- Posting announcements about course or schedule revisions
- Assistance with course registration
- Change of address, phone, or email
- Contacting a faculty member
- Navigating the course site or using course tools
- General course information or questions
Your Dedicated Student Support Specialists
In addition to your student support specialist you will also be assigned an academic advisor, who has both teaching and administrative responsibilities within GPPH.
Your dedicated academic advisor can help you with the following:
- Selecting electives appropriate to the student’s public health goals
- Professional mentoring to students
- Brainstorming career options
- Networking/extracurricular activities
- Advising specific to the public health field
Your academic advisor will send you an introduction email towards the end of your first course. This email will contain instructions on how you can book your first appointment.
Students are required to check-in with their academic advisor at least three times during their MPH program:
- Term B or the student's 1st semester in the program
- Following completion of 21-credits/Before Applied Practice Experience (APE)
- Prior to the Integrative Learning Experience (ILE)
Academic Advisors for the Graduate Programs in Public Health
If you have any questions about the coursework or the program requirements, please speak to one of our enrollment counselors at the email or phone number below.