Rollins Fast Facts

Rollins School of Public Health Facts & Numbers

HISTORY

1975 Emory trustees approve the master of community health program

1990 The School of Public Health founded

1994 Rollins gets its name and the Grace Crum Rollins Building opens

1995 James W. Curran is appointed dean of the Rollins School of Public Health

2007 The O. Wayne Rollins Foundation and the Rollins family pledge $50 million to construct the Claudia Nance Rollins Building and renovate the Grace Crum Rollins Building

2010 Claudia Nance Rollins Building opens bringing the Rollins footprint to 330,000 square feet

2012 Council of Education for Public Health extends the school’s accreditation through December 2019. Rollins receives a “met” finding on all 27 criteria evaluated.

ACADEMICS

6 Departments – Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management, Hubert Department of Global Health

1 Executive program for working professionals

20 Centers including the Center for AIDS Research, the Biostatistics Consulting Center, the Center for Global Safe Water, the Center for Public Health Preparedness and Research, the Georgia Center for Cancer Statistics, the Center for Health and Human Rights

21 Master’s degree programs, 17 MPH and 4 MSPH

11 Dual degree programs

2 (4+1) programs with Emory College – BA/MSPH, BS/MPH

11 Certificate programs:
Humanitarian Emergencies
Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology
Maternal and Child Health;
Human Rights
Mental Health
Social Determinants of Health
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)
Injury & Violence Prevention
Religion and Health
Certificates for Practicing Professionals: Quantitative Methods in Public Health

6 PhD programs – Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Health Services Research, Nutrition and Health Sciences, Environmental Health Sciences

Nearly 10,000 alumni in more than 90 countries and all 50 states; nearly 4,000 in Georgia 

STUDENT PROFILES

2021 Student Profile

684 incoming students

25 – Average Student AGe

55 languages spoken

26% international students

27% students of color

3.48 Undergraduate GPA Average

50 average number of students receiving the Global Field Experience Award each year

641 eligible students found part-time public health employment at more than 70 organizations in 2018-2019 through the Rollins Earn and Learn program

70+ countries visited at 300 partner sites since the Global Field Experience Award began

FACULTY

200 Approximate number of full-time doctoral-level faculty

138 Jointly appointed faculty members

160 Adjunct faculty members

RESEARCH

394 total research awards

In FY 2018, Rollins topped $132 million in research dollars

Ranked 4th in the U.S. for NIH funding to schools of public health

CAREERS

Approximately 40 percent of Rollins alumni work in Georgia

More than 1,200 Rollins alumni work at the CDC

87% of students found employment or continued their education 12 months after graduation

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