Indiana University Campus Recreational Sports has openings for graduate students who want to join our progressive recreational sports program and learn from leaders in the profession. Candidates must have strong relational service skills and be capable of applying skills and knowledge in a dynamic setting with a student development philosophy. Position openings are available in the following areas for 2018-20 academic years.
These are two-year appointments pending both strong work and academic performance. A stipend of $11,550 is provided for ten months ($11,750 the second year) with academic tuition waiver for 35 credit hours, a comprehensive insurance package, and option for summer employment.
Preference for assistantships for fall 2018 will be given to completed application packets received beginning January 29, 2018. Please indicate seeking admission in fall, 2018.
Step 1: To Apply for an Assistantship (referenced on line as Student Academic Appointment) with Campus Recreational Sports
Send cover letter, resume, and names/phone numbers of three references to Graduate Assistant Search Committee, Campus Recreational Sports, SRSC 115, 1601 Law Lane, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405. Or email a PDF version to Cathy Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Assistant positions with Recreational Sports are awarded to applicants admitted to these degree options in the School of Public Health:
M.S. Athletic Administration/Sport Management
M.S. Recreation Administration
MPH Physical Activity
Step 2: Application Process for Graduate Studies (Note: Any awarded graduate assistantship is contingent upon acceptance to one of the two approved graduate studies programs listed above).
Candidates must apply to the School of Public Health via the www.SOPHAS.org portal (create account here and submit application fee) and meet the Indiana University School of Public Health deadlines to be eligible for consideration for admission and a graduate assistantship.
In addition to completion and submission of the SOPHAS application, all applicants must also complete and submit the Indiana University Bloomington Online Graduate and Professional Admissions Application. This duplication of application information is required for admission. However, the School of Public Health-Bloomington covers this application fee. The Indiana University Bloomington Online Graduate and Professional Admissions Application require completion of an "Application Information" section. In the drop-down box for "Academic Program," select Public Health-Bloomington Masters for master's degree program admission. See details on required materials and admission steps for the School of Public Health via this link: www.publichealth.indiana.edu/prospective-students/graduate/admission.shtmlIndiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
About Indiana University Campus Recreational Sports
Campus Recreational Sports at Indiana University, Bloomington, offers recreational opportunities to its more that 40,000 students as well as its faculty, staff and the Bloomington community. Our division has a staff of approx. 40 full-time personnel, 12 graduate and program assistants and close to 1000 student hourly employees. We provide ongoing training and support for professional development opportunities for the members of our staff.