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Note: Certificate students who are not also enrolled in a graduate degree program are not eligible for a graduate assistantship. Each department or unit establishes its own documented procedures for recruitment, selection, retention, and dismissal of students with graduate assistantships in accordance with MU policy and Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity guidelines. The responsibilities of the graduate assistantships and the performance evaluation methods should be provided in writing to the student by the immediate supervisor at the beginning of the assistantship. An appeal process is available for those with graduate assistantships who assert they have not been fairly evaluated. The student’s assistantship performance is evaluated in writing by their supervisor to be satisfactory.

Graduate Assistantships

A limited number of graduate assistantships are available to qualified graduate students. Appointments are made to qualified graduate students on a semester-by-semester basis, and a graduate student must hold at least the minimum assistantship appointment to be employed. A limited number of assistantships may be available for the Summer session. Assistantships may be revoked at any time if a supervisor or designated departmental full-time employee deems duties are not fulfilled satisfactorily. The following services are required for a full assistantship in Sports Medicine. Reappointment is contingent upon satisfactory progress toward the degree and satisfactory performance of assistantship duties. Graduate students who resign assistantships during the semester or are terminated after the end of late registration must reimburse the institution for the pro-rated share of their exempted tuition.

Graduate Assistantships

More than 3,000 assistantships are available to qualified graduate students at Michigan State University. Graduate assistants are responsible for knowing the specific policies and procedures that govern their particular assistantship and academic program. Graduate assistantships are available only to graduate students who are in good standing and actively pursuing graduate degree programs. Doctoral students with quarter-time or half-time assistantships must carry at least 3 credits Master’s students with quarter-time assistantships or half-time assistantships must carry at least 6 credits. Doctoral and master’s students with three-quarter-time assistantships must carry at least 3 credits. Lifelong Education students and College of Law students are not eligible for graduate assistantships.

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantships at the University of Virginia include graduate teaching assistants and graduate research assistants Assistantships provide a supervised opportunity for graduate students to gain experience in teaching, research, or administration while receiving wages. Qualified graduate assistantships include tuition remission and the health insurance subsidy. A graduate assistantship is ‘qualified’ if it is at least half of a full assistantship Tuition Remission The in-state tuition portion and all required fees paid on behalf of a student serving in a qualified graduate assistantship. Health Insurance Subsidy A subsidy funded centrally by the University and provided on behalf of a qualified graduate student.

Amount: $15200
Graduate Assistantships and

A graduate assistantship is an avenue for a graduate student to earn experience and financial benefits while attending APSU in a chosen or related field of study. Graduate assistantship positions allow qualified students an opportunity to gain experience while continuing their studies. There are three different categories of assistantships. Applicant will be assigned an assistantship in a particular category. To retain the assistantship, students must be enrolled full-time during their assigned terms and maintain satisfactory academic progress. The College of Graduate Studies does not normally award graduate assistantships for the summer term. A limited number of summer assistantships may be arranged by individual hiring departments on a case-by-case basis, provided work is needed and funding is available.

Public Service Assistantships

Public Service Assistantships are designed to attract into the IPED Program highly qualified applicants who have a strong interest in pursuing a career in public service with the United States Government. These assistantships include a generous stipend combined with a full tuition scholarship. Included with this assistantship is an additional stipend to cover the travel and living expenses of a summer internship with the US Federal Government. To be considered for a Public Service Assistantship, applicant must submit a formal application including a statement of purpose, three letters of recommendation, general aptitude scores on the Graduate Record Exam , and transcripts of previous and graduate course works. Applicants applying for a Public Service Assistantship cannot be considered for an Arrupe Fellowship or Global Markets Assistantships.

Graduate Studies

What is a graduate assistantship at John Carroll University A Graduate Assistantship is meant to provide graduate students with opportunities to improve their skills in teaching and or research and to offer practical experience while pursuing a graduate degree. A limited number of assistantships are available each year and are awarded to qualified students on a competitive basis. Full time assistantships require 20 hours of service per week to the department or program part time assistantships require 10 hours of service per week. In other words, applicant may for an assistantship in the department in which applicant are seeking a degree plus any non-academic departments which have a position available, and for which applicant are qualified.

Amount: $17131
Assistantships ‹ Florida State College of Criminology Criminal Justice

Teaching and research assistantships are awarded to the university most qualified doctoral students each academic year. Students are assigned to assistantships in the College and in the Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research. Assistantships pay $17,131 per academic year for 20-hour work weeks plus nine hours of tuition waivers. There is no separate application for the assistantship.

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantship and associate positions provide a form of financial assistance available to qualified graduate students. Students who are awarded graduate assistantships or associateships are required to work on campus, and in return receive a stipend and tuition grant. Graduate assistantships and associateships are awarded to students who are fully and provisionally admitted to graduate degree programs. To retain a graduate assistantship or associateship, the student must maintain academic eligibility and may not be on academic probation. Non-degree students may not hold graduate assistantships associateships.

Graduate Assistantships

The Lutgert College of Business is pleased to offer a limited number of graduate assistantships to qualified students. The university will offer five competitive assistantships to full-time students. Additionally, the university will offer five assistantships for in-state students and the college will pay at least half of the in-state tuition and will offer bi-weekly stipends for 10 to 20 hours of GA work per week. A letter to Graduate Committee for Graduate Assistantship that should focus on their accomplishments and explain what applicant have to offer.