Goal statements for the MPH Program are divided into the three key areas of education, research and service.
The Master of Public Health Program embraces the concept of diversity as central to our Mission and to the values of West Chester University. Diversity is reflected in our programs and course offerings and our faculty and students. In particular, we create learning opportunities for our students that foster an appreciation for diversity within the student body, the faculty and in the communities where we live and work.
The focus on diversity underlies all we do, since civility, respect, and appreciation of diversity are essential to the development of effective public health practitioners.
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Below is a sampling of links to programs and offices at WCU that address issues of diversity.
The Office of Social Equity assists the University through collaborative efforts with all departments and offices in achieving its commitments to the principles of equity and affirmative action.
The Frederick Douglass Institute is a university program for advancing multicultural studies across the curriculum and for deepening the intellectual heritage of Frederick Douglass, the former slave, distinguished orator, journalist, author, and statesman. Douglass, who was a frequent visitor to the West Chester area, gave his last public lecture on West Chester's campus on February 1, 1895.
The Women's Center promotes a campus community that values the safety, equality, and intellectual advancement of women at West Chester University.
The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (OSSD) offers services for students with physical and learning disabilities. The OSSD is designed to assist students in making a successful transition to college life. We take a proactive stance that encourages students to understand their needs and strengths in order to best advocate for themselves.