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The mission of the Graduate School is to promote excellence in graduate education and to facilitate and enhance the educational experience and opportunities for graduate students. The Graduate School has the responsibility for oversight and coordination of all graduate programs, and to ensure compatibility among programs and compliance with Graduate School policies.
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm, and we are located in Main Hall Room 310. We are a resource for all prospective and current students to put them in touch with the appropriate departments on campus, and can provide general information on graduate programs, applications, finanical aid, testing services, and other campus resources.
To Contact the Graduate School OfficeCall (719) 255-3072 or (719) 255-3417 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelli Klebe, PhDDean of Graduate School email@example.comMain Hall 308
Dr. Klebe is a quantitative psychologist who was trained at the University of Minnesota (Ph.D. in 1990). She received her BSW from San Francisco State University in 1982. Dr. Klebe teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics and research methodology. She received the outstanding teacher award from the UCCS College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences in 2003. Dr. Klebe was appointed as Dean of the Graduate School in July 2012.
KrisAnn McBroomGraduate School Administrator firstname.lastname@example.orgMain Hall 306
KrisAnn has been at the Graduate School since April 2013. She received her BS in Psychology and in Business Management from Colorado State University in 2010, and her MA in Clinical Psychology from UCCS in 2012. She is available to help support the graduate programs and students from recruitment through the completion of their graduate degrees.
Sarah ElseyRetention and Recruitment Specialist719email@example.comMain Hall 310 A
Sarah started working the in graduate school in August 2014. A Texas native, Sarah received her BA in Photocommunication from St. Edward's University in 2009. After completing two years of service with AmeriCorps in Colorado, she decided to pursue an MA in Educational Leadership: Student Affairs in Higher Education, which she completed in May 2013. Sarah works to support graduate students from the beginning to completion of their degree(s).