UHD S.T.A.R. Lab Presents:
Navigating Your Aging Roadmap
UHD S.T.A.R. Lab Presents - Navigating Your Aging Roadmap
Guest Speaker: Mehrnaz Gill, Amazing Place
Let us help you plan your aging journey. Making financial health, and lifestyle decision in advance of when necessary, can make transitions less scary and more seamless for you and your family. We'll provide guidelines and next step advice to better plan for an independent, meaningful life as you age.
*A Light Lunch Will Be Provided
Date: March 27th, 2024
Time: Noon - 1:00pm
Place: College of Public Service
Criminal Justice Training Center
"Affordable Quality Training in the Heart of Downtown."
Mallett Undergraduate Student Teaching Scholarship
Due Dates: end of November for spring awards and end of March for fall awards.
Urban Education ScholarshipThe Emeritus Max Castillo Scholarship was founded in honor of former UHD President Max Castillo. As such, the scholarship is open to undergraduate preservice teachers admitted to the UE program.
Due Date: 4th Friday in March
The scholarship provides $1,100 once a year for the fall semester, and it should be used towards tuition, books, fees, and/or supplies for the upcoming academic semester.
The University of Houston-Downtown College of Public Service exists to educate and develop public servants, advocates, and leaders in criminal justice, education, and social work.
We offer 4 undergraduate degrees and 3 graduate degrees. Top 10 Reasons to Choose CPS at UHD
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College of Public Service By the Numbers
Choose from 5 undergraduate degrees and 2 masters degrees at the College of Public Service.
Recommend to Students
Students who are graduating would recommend the College of Public Service to their family and friends.
Students Feel Confident
Students are confident they will carry out their professional responsibilities upon graduation.
Approximately 82% of UHD’s full-time students receive on average $10,000 in scholarships, grants and/or loans each year.
Our students are given the opportunity to enhance their learning through real-world experiences.
Our faculty gets to know our students by name.
The University of Houston-Downtown is the most diverse University in the Southern Region of the USA.