Graduate Information Sessions:
The links below are listed for your convenience:
Welcome Packet - Class of 2026
Pre-Health Students - Suggested Course Sequencing
Advanced Placement Credit
Course Registration, Anticipatory Exams, and Textbook Information
Fall 2022 Group Advising Presentation (First-year student Course Site sign-in required)
How to Register (First-year student Course Site sign-in required)
Registration videos and Instructional Guides (First-year student Course Site sign-in required)
Waitlists & Overrides (First-year student Course Site sign-in required)
Late Course Registration (First-year student Course Site sign-in required)
Course Overloads (First-year student Course Site sign-in required)
Questions about anything? Email Jen Topp, student experience manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
While students may have indicated the major they are interested in as part of their admissions application, all students are admitted into the College as undeclared. Once students declare their major, they will be matched with a COH faculty member for advising.
Go HERE to initiate the form for declaring your major in the College of Health.
With some planning, students can complete a dual degree (one in the COH, and one in another Lehigh college).
Go HERE for the Dual Degree Petition Form.
Minors can be declared at any time in the College of Health.
For minors within the COH, go HERE to complete the minor declaration form.
For minors in other colleges, reach out to their advising centers:
Students can get an undergraduate degree and a master's degree in five years by participating in the 4+1 program! Students accepted in the program begin taking graduate courses during their junior and senior years and can complete the program one year after earning their undergraduate degree.
When filling out forms, you must use your original Lehigh email (ex. abc123) NOT an alias (email@example.com), and that include for the people route the form to (ex. your advisor), or it will not go to the person you need to sign it.
Students who need an exception to a current policy may submit a petition to the SOS committee (Standing of Students). For more information on the committee, including their meeting schedule, which determines when they will make a decision on your petition, visit their website https://studentaffairs.lehigh.edu/content/committee-standing-students.
This form is used for students wishing to make more than the suggested credit course load per semester.
A load exceeding 17 credits is an overload for the following students and requires this form, which is reviewed by the College of Health advising team:
Once students declare their major, they will be matched with a College of Health faculty member who will be their new academic advisor.