Assistantship awards provide tuition remission for one course per semester.
Graduate Assistantships are made in recognition of academic achievement, special competencies, and/or academic potential. They provide opportunities for academic and professional development. There are two types of assistantships:
- Research Graduate Assistantships support research, service, or professional efforts. It may involve flexible hours and off-site or service activities.
- Administrative Graduate Assistantships support programs administratively. Students must be available during regular business hours.
To be eligible for a graduate assistantship, students must
- be enrolled full-time (12 or more credits) in any degree program (except M.S.T.) within the Graduate School of Education;
- sumibt a FAFSA; and
- meet the minimum GPA requirements: 3.5 undergraduate GPA or 3.8 graduate GPA.
How to Apply
When completing the online admissions application, check "yes" to receiving GSE School-based Aid on the financial aid supplemental form. If you have already submitted your online admissions application, contact Anisa Sanchez at firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete the Graduate Assistantship Application. Submit the completed form to Anisa Sanchez by mail or by fax