ASPPH’s centralized application service, SOPHAS, opened for its eleventh cycle on Thursday with a total of 90 participating members including our newest SOPHAS participants, Brown University School of Public Health and the Central New York Master of Public Health Program.
In addition to the SOPHAS and ASPPH program finders, prospective students can utilize MySOPHAS, an Enrollment Management Platform that provides registrants tailored information to help them pursue a degree in public health. MySOPHAS is the portal for information on public health degree programs, financial aid information, interactive applicant checklists, events, and tips for submitting the application. MySOPHAS also allows ASPPH to manage communication campaigns, target unfinished applications, and move prospective students forward in the application process, increasing the number of applicants.
ASPPH members and non-members wishing to learn more about SOPHAS may contact Guy Piotrowski, Manager of Centralized Applications Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.