Several Masters Graduate Assistant Positions

One of the most common sources of funding is the graduate assistantship.

Assistantships can be in support of general administrative duties, teaching assignments, or research projects.

Most departments routinely evaluate graduate admission applications for the possibility that the student can fill an available assistantship position.

The department will contact newly accepted students to inform them if a funding offer is available.

Current students in search of funding should check with their departments to discuss the availability of assistantships and assistantship eligibility requirements.

Information for New Graduate Assistants may be found here.

Learn More About Assistantships:

Types of Assistantships | Assistantship Eligibility Requirements | Assistantship Availability | Compensation for Graduate Students | Graduate Assistantship Stipends | In-state Tuition Scholarship | Out-of-State Tuition Waiver | Comprehensive Fees Payroll Deduction | Health Insurance Benefits | Assistantship Agreement Contract | Financial Aid Reporting Requirement for Students with Assistantships | Accepting Additional Employment | Special Categories of Graduate Assistant | Termination of Contract | Tuition Obligation When Students Leave Assistantship | Assistantship Contract Dates

Additional Information for Faculty and Staff:

Managing Graduate Assistantships | The Tuition Remission Process - See more at: Graduate Assistant Positions USA

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