How to Apply to be a GA
There are two application processes to be a Graduate Assistant with Campus Recreational Sports. A candidate needs to apply for the position and apply for the Master's/Ph.D. degree.
Apply for the position by sending your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to :
Graduate Assistant Search Committee
IU Campus Recreational Sports
WIC 290, 1025 E. 7th St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
For More Information
E-mail or call 812.855.2371
Apply for the academic program within the School of Public Health. Here's a message from Dean Mohammad Torabi:
Welcome to Indiana University Bloomington and the newly named School of Public Health. Founded as the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation in 1946, over the decades, the school has garnered awards for its academic and research prowess and its commitment to community outreach through numerous centers, institutes, and recreational facilities.
From its beginning, it has been an innovator in new approaches to health, community engagement, and quality of life. Implementing innovative research, service, and professional preparation programs in the various health-related disciplines under its umbrella is a hallmark of the school.
We have a dynamic faculty of over 120 and a service oriented professional staff of about the same number. These committed and acclaimed faculty and staff members provide core capabilities that closely align with the Indiana University Bloomington focus on health promotion and disease prevention in rural areas. The School's structure of five academic departments provides a substantial variety of programs and services. Each department offers numerous majors, minors, and opportunities for graduate and undergraduate studies. Take a closer look. We in the School of Public Health-Blomington invite you to become engaged with us in whatever capacity we may be of assistance in the mutual quest for Living Well Through Healthy Lifestyles.
To learn more about academic options and how to apply for admission to the graduate program in the School of Public Health-Bloomington, go to www.publichealth.indiana.edu or call 812.855.1561.
Dean Mo Torabi
School of Public Health