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Public Policy

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Thank you for your interest in applying to the Mills Public Policy Program.

Undergraduate Program:

Undergraduate applications for Fall are due the previous March 1st, and for Spring are due the previous November 1st for traditional age women and transfer students. Check with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for materials and updates on the admissions process.

Students are asked to declare their major and/or minor during the first semester of their Junior year at Mills. Students interested in planning early for fulfillment of the requirements of the Public Policy major or minor should ask their adviser and contact the Program office:

Mills College Public Policy Program
Reinhardt Hall, 213
510.430.2147

Mills MPP Program:

Please contact the program office or visit our graduate program website if you would like information on the Masters in Public Policy offered at Mills College.

Financial Aid:

Tuition and financial aid information for Mills College can be found at the Mills College M Center financial aid web pages.

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P: 510.430.2147
F: 510.430.2304
E:ppol@mills.edu

Last Updated: 1/9/14