We are happy you’re interested in pursuing a graduate degree at UCCS. Our goal is always to support you as efficiently and personally as possible. We’re in the process of implementing a new admissions software platform right now, so if you experience any application-related interruptions or challenges, please know that we are working hard to resolve them. You may contact us at email@example.com.
The College of Business Career and Placement Office provides graduate business students with assistance in career development, including career counseling, resume review, internships, and career development workshops.
El Pomar Institute for Innovation and Commercialization (EPIIC)
EPIIC assists creative individuals and organizations in transforming innovative ideas into economic opportunity and serves as a catalyst to create a community that fosters the communication, collaboration, and sharing of resources necessary for a thriving environment of entrepreneurship and successful startup ventures, particularly in the Southern Colorado region.
The Kraemer Family Library has a vast amount of materials, services, and resources to assist you in your graduate study. Instruction in the use of the library is provided in many classes in all of the colleges. The Library also offers general workshops on different topics throughout the semester. You may contact a librarian for individual assistance on your research (consult the list of liaison librarians to determine which librarian works with your particular department). Students also have access to Prospector, which is a unified catalog of academic, public and special libraries in Colorado and Wyoming. With a single search you can identify and borrow materials from the collections and have them delivered to your local library.
During the past decade, UCCS has experienced tremendous growth in enrollment, course offerings, and campus facilities. In the last ten years, the university's extramural funding has grown from three million to over nine million dollars annually. In addition to this substantial increase in funding, the number of faculty submitting proposals for external funding has grown 40%. Please contact the faculty in your graduate program to learn about their research endeavors.
This office supports students and faculty who seek to acquire and manage externally sponsored programs for research, training, and other activities. Examples of resources included are: links to policies & procedures, information regarding compliance areas such as the involvement of human subjects in research, our required internal proposal routing forms, and resources to locate potential funding opportunities. Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval is needed for most research projects conducted by students and faculty at UCCS. Be sure to visit the Office of Sponsored Programs for more information on obtaining IRB approval for your research.