Applications for Fall 2013 are still being accepted for all departments. Please apply through the SOPHAS application portal.
Fall 2013 Traditional deadline for merit award consideration: January 3, 2013
All applications that are complete in SOPHAS with all supporting documents by January 3rd are eligible for merit consideration.
After January 3rd, applications are reviewed on a space available basis.
Career MPH application deadline:
The GRE has changed!
As of August 1, 2011, ETS is offering the GRE revised General Test. To learn about how to prepare, read more HERE.
Spring 2013 Prospective Student Admissions Newsletter:
Thank you for your interest in The Rollins School of Public Health. The information on this page, and the links on the left, will guide you through the admissions process. To request our informational booklet please click here. If at any time you have a question or would like to speak with an admissions representative, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to working with you now and in the future.
Define your interests - The first step in the process is to determine which academic program best suits your interests. At Rollins you may select from 6 academic departments, each with several areas of study. You may select up to three programs on your application to RSPH. Rank these programs in order of your preference.
More about programs of study.
Complete an online application - RSPH participates in the SOPHAS common online application system. You will submit your application online through SOPHAS, where it will be processed and forwarded to Rollins. Ph.D. and Emory Medical School MD/MPH dual degree applicants will not apply through SOPHAS. Emory Medical MD/MPH students should contact email@example.com for more information. Non-Emory MD/MPH students should follow the normal admissions procedures and apply through SOPHAS. For information regarding Ph.D. admissions please inquire by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next Steps - Once Rollins receives your application we will email you with information about how to login to track your application status.
Data vary by department.
|Number of Entering Students||448|
|Geographic Profile||45 states and 30 countries represented|
|Average Age||27 years (range from 21-60)|
|Average GRE Scores||158 - Verbal
4.3 - Analytic Writing
|Average GPA||Undergraduate 3.5; Graduate 3.5|
|Minimum Required TOEFL Scores
International Applicants Only
|550 (paper); 213 (CBT); 79-80 (iBT)|