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Assistantships.

Gain hands-on experience while helping pay for grad school.

 

Types of Assistantships

Graduate Assistantship with a Scholarship

Includes a stipend and a scholarship for 10, 15 or 20 hours of service per week. The minimum stipends in effect will remain. Programs can exceed these minimums. Students receiving a graduate assistantship with a scholarship must remain enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester.

Graduate Assistantship without a Scholarship

Includes a stipend only (no scholarship) for 5, 10, 15 or 20 hours of service per week. The minimum stipends in effect will apply to this assistantship, including a 5 hour of service per week option. Students receiving a graduate assistantship without a scholarship must remain enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.

Teaching Assistantships

Graduate assistants may be assigned as an instructor for undergraduate courses and 500-level graduate courses. To teach 500-level graduate courses, the teaching assistant would need graduate faculty status, Level 3 or above.

Research/Professional Development Assistantships

These graduate assistants are mentored by faculty or staff who are working in a variety of different areas. These experiences extend the students' research experience and professional development.

If you are interested in an assistantship, please indicate your interest on your application for admission and contact the Graduate Program Director for your academic department after you apply. You can also view available positions by visiting Hire-A-Vike.

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I took a class where I learned about developing programs, and then I directly applied those skills as I planned a large campus event.

Annalise Kelleher
Master of Education, Adult Learning & Development, ’16