We offer many opportunities to visit campus. Please consider the following options and schedule your visit!
Prospective Student Day
The next Master of Health Informatics (MHI) Prospective Student Days is December 5, 2017.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
This abbreviated Prospective Student Day is held in the evening to accommodate the schedules of the prospective students who were not able to attend our earlier daytime event. Attendees will learn more about the Master Health Informatics curriculum, admission process and career outcomes.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from current faculty and staff. Refreshments will be provided.
Click here to register for Prospective Student Day on December 5, 2017.
Admitted Student Day
Admitted Student Day for those admitted to the fall program will be April 6, 2018. Admitted students will receive additional information.
If you would like to visit campus, whether as a prospective student or as an admitted student, we would be happy to host you for an individual visit.
Admissions Advising - Meet with an advisor to discuss the program and ask questions about applying, the admissions process, funding, and other remaining questions.
Class Visit - During the fall and winter semesters, you are welcome to attend a class of interest. Please review the core courses, and let us know the course or courses in which you are interested in visiting.
Meet with a Current Student - Meet with a current student to learn more about their experiences in Health Informatics or in either of the partnering schools.
Tour the Schools of Information and Public Health - See classrooms and study areas, and learn about our use of technology and collaborative spaces.
Download a Map of Central Campus. This map shows the locations of North Quad and the School of Public Health, visitor parking, bus stops and more.
Please email email@example.com to schedule a visit. So that we can plan accordingly, please contact us with your request a few weeks in advance. If you would like to tour the entire U-M campus or learn more about the city of Ann Arbor, please visit the Campus Information Center website.