1. Will TPH still continue its operations for Spring 2022?
Answer: Yes! We will continue to hold meetings and events for the Spring 2022 semester. However, we will operate in hybrid mode (via zoom and in-person) for the safety of everyone. TPH will update you if any further changes are made by the university and public health authorities. You can join our mailing list to receive the Zoom links by filling out this form!
2. What are the requirements to remain active?
Answer: We have changed the requirements necessary to maintain active status for the semester. Here are the changes:
Dues will be required for the semester. ($40 year or $30 semester)
Only 7 volunteering points will be necessary for the Spring 2022 semester. We will offer virtual and in-person volunteering so that you can reach this requirement!
Four social points are still necessary to maintain active status, but we will provide numerous opportunities to meet this requirement as well.
Three fundraising points are required for this semester.
Attend 5/8 meetings (6 GM + 2 Info Sessions) this semester.
3. How will TPH held events be affected this semester?
Answer: We typically host events during the spring semester to celebrate Public Health Week in April. As of now, we are weighing our options, and we will share the details once we know what that will look like.