General Assistantship Information
The Graduate School offers approximately 200 graduate assistantships for first-time master’s and doctoral degree seeking graduate students who are interested in an opportunity to gain an academic experience that directly complements the student’s degree program curriculum. All assistantships are diverse in nature and encompass a wide variety of responsibilities and duties while allowing students to also achieve their academic goals. Assistantships will offer opportunities to work with faculty on research, assist faculty with instructional support, and/or be related to the student’s clinical or field work.
Learn more about you options with this Financing your Graduate Education presentation.
For more information about Graduate Assistantships, please see the Assistantships page in the Current Students section.