College of Health
You got your start here, and today you are part of a community nearly 30,000 strong who are changemakers across the globe. You, your insights and your experience matter. Regardless of when you graduated, the college, and this world, are better because of what you bring to it.
You enable our work by mentoring and hiring students, and supporting college initiatives. We strive to return the favor with educational, career and volunteer opportunities. We’re partners with purpose, and we’re stronger together, engaged in work that matters to people, families and communities in Oregon and beyond.
Our name may have changed over the years, but our commitment to you has not. Also constant is the sense of responsibility we have in equipping our students with the knowledge and skills they will need to lead positive change over the next decade and beyond.
Whether you graduated in 1940 or 2023, regardless of the college’s name at the time of your commencement, you are our alumni and you matter. You will always have this place, this college, this university to call your own.
Get an insider look at the impacts of public health and human development.
Public Health Insider is a webcast series featuring OSU’s College of Health experts. Topics can include the social determinants of health, possible career paths, our research in the community and impacts to our development across the lifespan.
From dietitians to epidemiologists, our alumni offer diverse voices and experiences and are in demand as problem-solvers and advocates for health and well-being. Build on your skills, learn something new, drive change in your organization or your community and keep learning together.
Public health professionals are needed now more than ever. Take the first step in growing your knowledge and expertise to create a meaningful difference in the lives of people, families and communities around the globe. This program is 100% online, and no GRE is required. Learn more.
Further your education in public health with this 18-credit program that focuses on key domains of public health and is offered via Ecampus.
Community health workers are vita links between a community and its health and social service systems. Learn more via OSU Professional and Continuing Education.