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Welcome to the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health!

The Fielding School of Public Health Student Affairs Office is available to assist prospective and current students with questions related to admission, enrollment, advising, and degree program requirements. Our mission is to enhance student development by providing a supportive and safe environment in which students can achieve academic, social and professional success. We provide assistance to students who need special accommodations and serve as a liaison with UCLA offices across campus. 

A few common requests the Student Affairs Office team can assist with:

  • Schoolwide funding opportunities
  • Information about courses
  • FSPH student organizations


Liz Yzquierdo
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
16-059 CHS






Ask me about:

  • Getting involved at FSPH and UCLA, student related activities, events and policies
  • Finding support, information and referrals to campus resources
  • PH 495 course (Preparation for Teaching Public Health)

Michelle Garcia-Navarro
Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
16-059 CHS






Ask me about:

  • Student recruitment and admissions
  • FSPH, UCLA and external fellowships
  • Funding opportunities for field studies
  • Financial wellness and referrals to campus resource
  • TA/GSR job opportunities

Arlecia Powell-Halley
Director of Academic Services
16-059 CHS






Ask me about:

  • Degree requirements, petitions and connections to UCLA campus wide offices
  • Conference tavel funds and graduation
  • Undergraduate minor program

Sukhwinder Sagoo
Admissions Officer
16-059 CHS






Ask me about:

  • Admissions


Department of Biostatistics 
Roxy Naranjo,

Department of Community Health Sciences 
Kathy Yi,

Community Health Sciences Health Professionals Program (Executive Program)
Porchia Toussaint,

Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Rebecca Greenberg,

Department of Epidemiology
Joy Miller,

Department of Health Policy and Management
Anna Lim,

EMPH Program in Health Policy and Management (Executive Program)
Kyle Sullivan,

Molecular Toxicology
Rebecca Greenberg,