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Graduate Assistantships Information

All graduate assistantships are awarded each year by academic units and non-academic units on a competitive basis following a highly qualified student’s nomination by their graduate program and using predetermined criteria, including but not limited to the applicant’s academic record, test scores, recommendations, and other pertinent information. Assistantships may only be awarded to graduate students who have unqualified admission to the College of Graduate Studies under the Regular degree admission classification. Provisional degree or non-degree admits are not eligible to hold a graduate assistantship. Graduate Assistants must be registered for a minimum of 9 credit hours of course work for Fall or Spring semester, within the program of study throughout the period of the assistantship. Student must be registered during the term in which they hold an assistantship.

Graduate Assistantships

Assistantships than 3.000 assistantships are available to qualified graduate students. Than 3.000 assistantships are available to qualified graduate students at Michigan State University. Departments may limit the number of years that a graduate student may hold an assistantship. Graduate assistants are responsible for knowing the specific policies and procedures that govern their particular assistantship and academic program. 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 Student Assistantships

A limited number of teaching assistantships are available for qualified full-time students. Students interested in receiving an assistantship should file their applications for admission to a degree program as early as possible, checking the appropriate box on the application form. A student who is to receive an assistantship will be notified and sent a contract directly by the department. No teaching research assistantship may be awarded to a graduate student with a cumulative grade point average under 3.0 on the official transcript. Students who receive teaching or research assistantships must be matriculated and full-time The amount of the teaching or research assistantship for each semester or academic year is set according to agreement between UMass Lowell and the UAW Graduate Employees Organization.

Assistantships

Graduate assistantships are a popular way in which the University financially supports graduate students while providing important professional development. When hiring graduate assistants, the University goal is always to hire the most qualified student for the position. Satisfactory academic progress and time-to-degree play important roles when determining the qualification of a student for an assistantship. To be eligible for an assistantship a student must, generally,. Pre-Professional Assistantships provide valuable on-campus professional development for students working outside of the classroom or research areas. Graduate assistantships whose job assignments are closely aligned with their programs of study may be classified as pre-professional assistants. Any graduate student can apply for the various assistantships available.

Graduate Assistantships University of Nebraska at Kearney

Graduate Assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis to qualified graduate degree seeking students. Graduate students must be fully admitted to a degree program prior to the awarding of an assistantship. Graduate Assistants are required to maintain a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0. Assistantships assigned on a halftime basis carry a workload of ten hours per week. Individuals receiving an assistantship must enroll in a minimum of six credit hours per semester term and are expected to complete a minimum of six graduate credit hours per semester. Assistantships may be awarded on a semester or academic year basis. Graduate students are generally awarded an assistantship for no than two years per program.

Graduate Assistantships

Ball State University offers a number of graduate assistantships annually to qualified students in the master of landscape architecture program. These assistantships include special stipends and tuition waivers. Assistantships also provide applicant with valuable work experience while applicant complete their course work Assistantships are available for one or two semesters and can be either full or half. Applicant may indicate their interest in a graduate assistantship within their admission letter. Assistantships are usually distributed in the spring and fall. An application must be filled out to be considered for an assistantship.

Graduate Assistantships

Ball State University offers a number of graduate assistantships annually to qualified students in the master of landscape architecture program. These assistantships include special stipends and tuition waivers. Assistantships also provide applicant with valuable work experience while applicant complete their course work Assistantships are available for one or two semesters and can be either full or half. Applicant may indicate their interest in a graduate assistantship within their admission letter. Assistantships are usually distributed in the spring and fall. An application must be filled out to be considered for an assistantship.

Amount: $5200
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.

Amount: $17131
Assistantships

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.

Teaching Assistantships Information and Computer Sciences

Teaching Assistantships require duties involving approximately 20 hours of work per week, and include a full tuition waiver. Each semester, the university department offers a limited number of teaching assistantships to well qualified students. The university highly recommend that applicant attend this workshop, as it increases the chances that applicant can obtain and retain a teaching assistantship.