Apply online through SOPHAS, the centralized application service for all of the accredited schools of public health. Application materials, including transcripts, statement of purpose, resume, and letters of recommendation, will be submitted through SOPHAS. See the SOPHAS FAQs for tips on getting started and a recommended timeline.
Information on the SOPHAS application fee waiver (fee waives are financial-based, service-based, or international-based).
Official U.S. and Canadian Transcripts - Transcripts should be submitted from all colleges/universities attended to SOPHAS at:
PO Box 9111
Watertown, MA 02471
International Transcripts – International transcripts (not including study abroad transcripts) should be evaluated by the World Evaluation Service at www.wes.org/cas.
No transcripts are required at the University of Arizona at this point. You will need a copy of your transcripts, or access to them electronically, in order to type your coursework into SOPHAS.
Read more about the transcript process at the SOPHAS FAQ page.
Submit official test scores to SOPHAS
- GRE: UA College of Public Health/SOPHAS Code 4253, which routes scores directly to SOPHAS
- MCAT: SOPHAS code "SOPHAS"
- TOEFL (international applicants): SOPHAS code 5688
- IELTS (international applicants): SOPHAS code "SOPHAS"
Once you have completed your SOPHAS application, submit a short supplemental application through the University of Arizona Graduate College and pay the application fee: https://apply.grad.arizona.edu/users/login
Information on the Graduate College application fee waiver (for participants in sponsored programs such as McNair or Sloan).
If you are admitted to the College of Public Health, we will e-mail you a link to our College of Public Health Scholarship and Teaching Assistantship Application. Completing this application will qualify you for college scholarships, fellowships, and teaching assistantships.
If you are a US citizen or permanent resident and will be seeking financial aid in the form of loans, fellowships, or scholarships, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1 deadline for priority processing.
If you are an international applicant, please be aware that you will need to certify that you possess adequate financial resources to support yourself while in residence at the University of Arizona. Please see more information about the Financial Guarantee.
View more information on tuition and financial assistance.
Once your application is complete and verified by SOPHAS, the College of Public Health faculty admissions committee reviews your SOPHAS application.
The College of Public Health sends an e-mail and mailed letter notifying you of our admissions decision. Admissions decisions are typically sent two months after the deadline. For example, if you apply for our January 5th deadline, a decision will be sent to you by the first week of March.
The College of Public Health recommends admission or denial to the UA Graduate College. The UA Graduate College is the entity that officially admits students to the university.
Should you be recommended for admission, the Graduate College will verify that you have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and that your GPA is equivalent to a 3.0 or higher. If you have fewer than 12 graduate level credits, your GPA from those credits will be factored into your undergraduate GPA. If you have 12 or more graduate level credits, your GPA will be calculated based only on the graduate level credits.
The Graduate College will send an e-mail with your official offer of admission to the University of Arizona.
If admitted by the Graduate College, your admission may be "subject to" submitting official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. If you are admitted "subject to" submitting official transcripts, they must be submitted by September and should be submitted directly to the UA Graduate College at:
The University of Arizona, Graduate Admissions
PO Box 210066
Tucson, AZ 85721-0066
Or bring your transcripts to the Graduate College front counter of the Administration building, Room 322 when you arrive on campus.
Please contact Amy Glicken, Director of Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520.626.3201.