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Student Affairs

Students at 2015 orientation

The Office of Student & Alumni Affairs at the NYU College of Global Public Health is committed to student success in all forms. We strive to foster curricular and co-curricular opportunities, which encourage student success inside the classroom, support students’ learning in the practice of public health, encourage the development of a strong public health student community within NYU, and provide targeted professional development and career-related support.

Additionally, Student Affairs serves as a liaison between CGPH students and NYU campus resources. 

Whether undergraduate, MPH, or PhD, Student Affairs staff encourages you to make use of the many excellent services offered to members of the NYU community.

Feel free to reach out to us with any questions about connecting with the NYU offices listed below or about getting involved at NYU, CGPH, or in the greater public health community.


Center for Multicultural Education & Programs

Center for Multicultural Education & Programs

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Center for Spiritual Life

Center for Spiritual Life

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Counseling and NYU Wellness Exchange

Counseling and NYU Wellness Exchange

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Henry and Lucy Moses Center for for Students with Disabilities

Center for Students with Disabilities

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Wasserman Center for Career Development

Wasserman Center for Career Development

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LGBTQ Student Services

LGBTQ Student Services

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Student Resource Center

Student Resource Center

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Office of Global Services

Office of Global Services

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Contact Us

Dr. Gbenga Ogedegbe speaks with students

For questions, comments, or concerns related to student affairs at the College of Global Public Health, email us at cgph.studentaffairs@nyu.edu or contact a member of our staff

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