A student organization is a group that has relevance to the student body at SPH, is consistent with the mission of the School, and is run, organized, and facilitated by students.
Participants in each organization determine its goals and structure. Student organizations may vary in purpose. They may focus on public health issues, common interests, or identities. They may also focus on community organizing, intervention, or participation in curriculum issues.
All members of the Boston University School of Public Health community (students, faculty, staff, and alumni) are encouraged to participate in these caucuses.
Interested in forming a student organization here at SPH? Fill out the SPH Student Organization Application. Or come to Student Services, Talbot 209 Center, to pick up a student organization application or discuss your ideas with Brendan Hoey.