Find out more about the The Brown-Tougaloo Public Health Partnership
Our School’s mission is to train the next generation of public health leaders. To do this justice, we must train a diverse group of students to take on these future leadership roles. To expand the diversity of students entering the MPH Program, the School offers Health Equity Scholarships to qualified graduates, and current students, of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) who are dedicated to addressing health disparities. In addition to tuition support, the Health Equity Scholars program provides students with enhanced mentorship and leadership training.
The Health Equity Scholars program
The Health Equity Scholars program provides MPH students with high-quality applied learning opportunities to address health disparities through research and public health practice while they gain the skills needed for future careers. Students selected into the Health Equity Scholars Program receive:
- Up to a full tuition scholarship for the MPH Program at Brown University (based on demonstrated need)
- Enhanced mentorship
- Leadership training