Are you an Undergraduate Student interested in Public Health? If so, this is the club for you! We are open to all majors! UPHSA meetings are held every first and third Thursday of the Month at the Marshall Student Center. Get involved in service events, build your resume, make new friends, and meet people from the Public Health community!
The Undergraduate Public Health Student Association (UPHSA) is the only undergraduate student organization representing the College of Public Health. The purpose of this organization is to enable students of the undergraduate level to participate in Public Health and be able to interact with Faculty and Staff regarding Public Health Disciplines.
The Undergraduate Public Health Student Association (UPHSA) is the only undergraduate student organization representing the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. UPHSA advocates for education, leadership, and professionalism in the community through countless informative public health events. UPHSA offers students a broad perspective in each Public Health discipline as well as allowing students to network and learn about research, internships and community services opportunities.
In Fall of 2011, the Undergraduate Studies was created in the College of Public Health and the following semester undergraduate students wanted to start their own student association. Since then, the Undergraduate Public Health Student Association (UPHSA) has been a thriving and growing student organization.
Membership is open to any Undergraduate Student! We welcome ALL Majors! There are no dues, fees or other charges required for membership in UPHSA.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Undergraduate Public Health Student Association, please join through the Center for Student Involvement.