- Develop students into public health leaders.
- Engage students in academic program development and robust career counseling.
- Foster success by building on the unique strengths of today’s students.
- Promote growth and development of vibrant student and alumni associations.
- Enable scholarly activity that benefits the public’s health.
- Develop and implement interventions that reach whole populations.
- Develop meaningful partnerships and seek new opportunities to deliver public health benefits.
- Integrate community, state, and university initiatives that strive to improve interrelating determinants of health.
- Educate policy makers and the general public on evidence-based practices and policies.
- Deliver competitive academic programs.
- Provide classroom and community-based experiential learning opportunities that focus on pressing 21st century public health challenges.
- Cultivate an inclusive, dynamic, productive, and efficient work and learning environment.
- Prepare students with the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to influence public health behavior and impact public health outcomes.