Event Support

Academic Department and Program Support

Each department within the University of Michigan School of Public Health has a unique system in place to support students. Connect with your Department Program Coordinator to learn more. Below are a few department-specific resources:

  • Health Behavior and Health Education: Student organizations may contact the Health Behavior and Health Education Chair's Office to propose event co-sponsorship.

Office for Student Engagement and Practice (OSEP) Student Support Fund

The Office for Student Engagement and Practice supports initiatives, events, proposals and endeavors of our students - undergraduate, Master's and PhD. The OSEP Student Support Fund provide financial support where funding gaps appear for both individual students and student organizations.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Mini Grant

The Michigan Public Health community is committed to training and engaging students, faculty, and staff from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives. Through funding from the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) Mini Grant, the School of Public Health seeks to create an environment that invites and encourages the contributions of everyone, thus enabling us to best fulfill our public health mission.

CCI Funding (for student organizations)

The University of Michigan's Center for Campus Involvement is a dynamic, student-focused department that serves undergraduate and graduate students through its programs and student organization support. The center recognizes and supports over 1,400 student organizations through education, advising, advocacy and a number of services. The CCI guideline outlines funding policies and resources across campus including fundraising, donations, raffles and university support.

School of Public Health Dean’s Funding (for student organizations)

The Public Health Student Assembly (PHSA) is the student government of Michigan Public Health. PHSA’s primary goal is to foster relations between the various departments of the school and to assist student organizations in hosting school-wide events. PHSA has helped to make a Dean’s Fund possible for student organizations. The Dean's Fund is intended to support special events and activities that promote collaboration, networking, and scholarship across all departments and individuals within the School of Public Health.