For information on how COVID-19 has impacted Michigan FPHLP, visit our FAQ page. 
For information on COVID-19, visit the CDC's website.
The application for FPHLP 2021 will be opening November 1, 2020. This fall we will be hosting informational webinars to provide a program overview, detail the application process, and share tips for a creating a strong application. Check back for the webinar schedule.
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions for more information about the application process.

Application Timeline

November 1, 2020
FPHLP 2021 Application opens
January 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST
FPHLP 2021 Application closes
March 2021
Applicants notified of their application status

Required Components

  • Resume
  • Transcript
  • 3 Essays
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation

Review Process

  • Application Selection Committee reviews completed applications
  • Phone Interviews take place February - March

2019-2020 Webinar Series

  • NOV5

    FPHLP Webinar: Program Overview

    3:00 PM EST (LIVE)

    Michigan FPHLP Staff will provide an overview of the program and answer questions prospective students may have about FPHLP.

    The webinar was hosted live, and a recording of the webinar is currently posted on our YouTube channel. Follow the link below to be directed to the recording of the Program Overview Webinar.


  • NOV21

    FPHLP Webinar: Getting Your Application Together

    3:00 PM EST (LIVE)

    In this webinar, Michigan FPHLP Staff will review the application process for applying to be a part of the FPHLP 2020 Cohort and provide helpful tips for completing the FPHLP application.

    This webinar was hosted live, and a recording of the webinar is currently posted on our YouTube channel. Follow the link below to be directed to the recording of the Getting Your Application Together Webinar.

  • JAN17

    FPHLP Webinar: FPHLP Alumni Experiences

    In this video, former FPHLP participants discuss their experiences participating in the program. They touch on why they applied to FPHLP, what skills they gained, what is unique about the program, what they learned about themselves, and why prospective students should apply to the program.

Past Webinars