The Rollins School of Public Health is committed to fostering a community of inclusion and promoting a culture of engagement among the student body, staff, and faculty.
A Rollins education is enriched through diverse course topics; diversity of faculty, staff, and students; and discussions that respect diversity of thought.
Research & Practice
Rollins' commitment to inclusion extends to the work that we do in our local, regional, national, and global communities as we strive toward eliminating health disparities. Community partnerships and outreach with diverse populations is central to our public health practice. Rollins values community engagement and cultural competency with diverse populations.
Rollins strives to communicate and disseminate the resources, programs, and opportunities for our diverse community and for the diverse communities that we serve. Communication at Rollins is inclusive and respectful of diverse groups and thought.
Retention & Recruitment
Because public health problems affect all populations, Rollins understands the importance of attracting and retaining staff and faculty as diverse as its student body. We believe that a diverse student, staff, and faculty population benefits the entire community. Student organizations combined with university resources support our diverse student community.
Rollins adheres to the Emory University Equal Opportunity Policy, Emory University Affirmative Action Policy, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.