University of Washington School of Public Health

Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs works to enhance the experience of students in the UW School of Public Health by creating a vibrant school community and providing the support and resources necessary for success. This mission is accomplished through co-curricular programming that complements students’ academics and facilitates their involvement in research and service.

Our areas of activity include policy development and student advocacy, student workshops and academic tutoring, community service programs, SPH-level fellowships and scholarships, and the MPH practicum. Serving as a central resource, we seek to supplement and reinforce the work of the departments and the community of practitioners that is their student services staff. We provide recruitment support and act as a gateway for prospective students through our print materials, web presence, and one-on-one advising that connects them directly with program offices. Working closely with student groups, we advise and foster student leadership and engagement.

For inquiries about programs, applying, or information for current students, please contact:
Office of Student Affairs
206-685-3057
sphOSA@uw.edu

OSA Staff

Ann Frazer

Anna Frazer
Director of Student Affairs
206-616-3198

  • Policies and advocacy
  • Diversity priorities
  • SPH Student Services Staff programming
  • Dean’s Advisory Committee for Students
  • Academic misconduct case management
  • New programs and initiatives
  • Strategic planning
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Manager for Experiential Learning
206-685-3057

  • MPH Practicum program administration, student advising, affiliation agreements, and site stewardship
  • Other experiential, service learning and capstone opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students
  • Health Sciences Service Learning Group and Common Book programming
  • Health Sciences Immunization Program (HSIP) participation
  • Fall and Spring Student Service Days
  • Professional development and career workshops
Brit Exwothy

Brit Exworthy
Student Affairs Specialist
206-543-0230

  • Gateway advising for prospective students
  • Fellowships and scholarships including Grayston Day, Magnuson, Rattlinggourd, Remak, and SPH Endowed
  • Dean’s Office tutoring
  • Funding workshops for graduate students
  • SPH Prospective Graduate Student Days, New Graduate Student Orientation, and Graduation Celebration
  • Nomination and selection process for UW, SPH, and national student awards and honors
  • Student Pubic Health Association
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Student Affairs Assistant (half-time)
206-685-3057

  • Initial resource for in-person, phone, and email engagements and inquiries
  • SPH Insider with weekly listings of events, funding and opportunities, and announcements
  • Recruitment support including marketing materials, Go-kit maintenance and reservations, disbursement of lead retrieval information, etc.
  • Logistical coordination including scheduling for meetings and events
  • Office administration