The Master of Sciences in Health Promotion program has opportunities for non-teaching graduate assistantships from time-to-time. Current students will be informed about these opportunities as they arise by the Program Coordinator, Dr. Morgan Lee.
1. Health Sciences Department. Limited teaching assistant positions are available through the Health Sciences Department for current students. Applying for assistantships is not part of the online application process. Admitted students will receive information about how to apply for assistantships as these opportunities become available.
2. Campus Recreation & Wellness. UCCS is leading the way in collegiate wellness by bringing Campus Recreation, the Student Health Center, and the University Counseling Center together in the expanded Recreation and Wellness Center. This model of innovative and integrated thinking creates the opportunity for joint programming related to students' physical and mental health, nutrition and exercise. Contact Katie Gordon (email@example.com) for information on opportunities to work or volunteer.
Finances - Graduate School Website for additional information.
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