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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, HSC has temporarily transitioned many of our events and classes to online delivery, however, our campus is still open for business. Our staff members are working from home to limit their risk of exposure. Therefore, to expedite our response to inquiries, we ask that you send an e-mail to the appropriate Admissions Team (provided in the links below) with any questions and concerns you may have regarding your application.

Please visit the HSC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response website for more information.

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Beth Hargrove

Director of Admissions


Beth has been with the School of Public Health for four years and spent five years leading graduate admissions at a previous institution. She holds a BFA and MBA from Texas Wesleyan University. Beth enjoys working with potential students and helping them find the right program for their career goals. Graduate school is a big step, and she enjoys being in a role that helps students reach their future goals. Beth specializes in working with our MS and PhD in Public Health applicants as well as relationship building across universities.


Brandon Sermon

Recruitment & Outreach Coordinator


Brandon has been with the School of Public Health since December of 2018. Prior to his time at UNTHSC, Brandon spent almost four years in higher education as an Admissions Counselor for Tarleton State University. He holds a B.A. in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of West Alabama and a M.A. in Communications Studies from Tarleton State University. Brandon is proud to serve prospective students as they search for the best graduate program for them. Brandon specializes in coordinating recruitment efforts and prospective student events, serving as a liaison for prospective students, current students, alumni, and maintaining social media platforms for the School of Public Health.


Diana Crenshaw

Senior Administrative Assistant


Diana has been with the School of Public Health for more than ten years. She specializes in assisting our graduate certificate and non-degree seeking applicants as well as managing all document submissions.


This page was last modified on April 29, 2021