Prospective Student Events
Our prospective student events are a valuable resource for anyone considering enrolling in the Health and Public Interest Program at Georgetown University. These events provide an excellent opportunity to meet current students, faculty, and staff. It also provides a deeper understanding of what the Health and Public Interest Program have to offer.
Prospective Student Event: Campus Tours
The main goal of our prospective student events is to give attendees a firsthand experience of the campus culture and community. Participants will have the chance to take a tour of the facilities, attend informational sessions, and meet with admissions representatives. This will provide a comprehensive overview of what our program and the university have to offer. For campus tours and meetings with the program directors, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for available times and dates.
Prospective students can also get a glimpse into the academic programs offered by the institution. This includes learning about course requirements, hands-on learning opportunities, and the variety of extracurricular activities available to students.
For those interested in attending a prospective student event, it is important to register in advance. This will ensure that the institution has accurate numbers for planning purposes and can also provide the opportunity for attendees to indicate any specific areas of interest or to request additional information.
Prospective Student Event: Seminars
Please join us at our Master of Science in Health and the Public Interest (HAPI) Program Seminars where we invite key leaders to speak on various topics. The seminar series is free and open to the community. See the full schedule here
We also post some seminar recordings on our Youtube channel here
Upcoming EventsAll Upcoming Events
Spring Speaker Series- Ellie Graeden Ph.D., Research Professor with the Georgetown University Center for Global Health Science and SecurityApr. 4
- 12:30 pm
- Car Barn 172 and Zoom