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Explore: Public Health

There are numerous ways to explore public health through University of Richmond's programming and community partnerships. Many community partners have opportunities for students to volunteer under the direction of public health professionals. This page is a resource for all learners who are interested in public health and related topics: nutrition, food access, and medical humanities. Additionally, the University of Richmond's Healthcare and Society program offers students the opportunity to study public health and medicine through several disciplines.

Community Partners

CCE Partner Organizations

To explore off-campus volunteer opportunities related to public health and healthcare, please visit our Map of Community Opportunities.  Select the Issue filter "Healthcare, public health, and science" for relevant organizations.


Students who study public health at the University of Richmond take coursework in a variety of disciplines including political science, biology, geography, psychology, sociology, anthropology, leadership, and others. To view a sampling of classes related to public health, see the Healthcare Studies curriculum.