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Higher Education Student Affairs Graduate Assistantships

Acceptance into HESA guarantees a placement in a graduate assistantship, usually offered through the Division of Student Affairs. Graduate assistantships are awarded through an interview process, which matches their interests and skills with available two-year assistantships. Graduate assistantships offer applicant the opportunity to combine the theories, gained through classroom instruction, with supervised, real-world experiences. Assistantships are designed to give applicant the skills and knowledge to function effectively in the workplace. In addition, graduate assistantships at the University of Connecticut offer an exceptional compensation package, providing a full tuition waiver, and medical and dental insurance options. Graduate assistantships are usually nine-month positions, however, some graduate assistantships can be extended through the summer between a student’s first and second years.

Amount: $20000
Funding Opportunities

Well over half of CS graduate students are typically funded through departmental fellowships, teaching, or research assistantships. Students on assistantships are exempt from tuition and a significant fraction of the costs for a University sponsored healthcare plan are covered. Be aware, however, that the department will have already screened the incoming students and awarded a pool of assistantships at the time admission offers were made. Thus, incoming students for that semester not given an assistantship from this pool generally have lower priority over continuing students for the few remaining positions.

Funding Opportunities

Well over half of CS graduate students are typically funded through departmental fellowships, teaching, or research assistantships. Students on assistantships are exempt from tuition and a significant fraction of the costs for a University sponsored healthcare plan are covered. Be aware, however, that the department will have already screened the incoming students and awarded a pool of assistantships at the time admission offers were made. Thus, incoming students for that semester not given an assistantship from this pool generally have lower priority over continuing students for the few remaining positions.

Amount: $1000
Graduate Assistantships

Graduate research and teaching assistantships in other colleges and departments may be available to qualified law students. Please Students awarded a graduate assistantship as part of a scholarship award must have a minimum of a 2.50 GPA effective with the new cohort. Non-Law students must have the permission of their degree program to hold a graduate assistantship in the College of Law and may not exceed their program’s limitation on the number of hours to be worked. This can be done by simultaneously engaging in dual assistantship appointments within other departments in the College of Law, or with other departments across the university. Nonpayment of applicable fees will result in cancellation of course registrations, and loss of assistantship and tuition waiver.

Frank B. Martin CUMREC Graduate Fellowship

Assistantships than 3,000 assistantships are available to qualified graduate students. It is intended to benefit candidates from a broad range of graduate education paths that offer areas of specialization, focus, and concentration in information and computing technologies. The goal of the CUMREC fellowship is to increase the number of graduate students pursuing careers in Information Technology, preferably in higher education administrative computing. In order to receive the award, students must also receive a college or department fellowship or an equivalent teaching or research assistantship.

Fellowships

Dissertation Research Assistantships are academic awards designed for students who are in the dissertation preparation stage of their graduate education.

Funding Opportunities

Who can : Graduate student pursuing studies in education. Who can : the students.S. citizens or permanent residents who bring diversity to the university campus:those who have overcome challenges in attaining a graduate education including minorities that have been historically underrepresented in higher education, first generation college students, those raised in a single-parent household, and heads of single-parent families. Academic Assistantships: Teaching, supervising labs, clinical work, working in academic offices.

English UCLA Graduate Funding

All entering students are offered a six-year funding package that includes a minimum of two years of full fellowship, four years of summer stipend support, and up to four years of teaching assistantships. The intent of this fellowship is to provide access to higher education for students who might otherwise find it difficult or impossible to successfully pursue graduate study.

Amount: $4000
Fine Arts Learning Community

Fellowships may be awarded along with teaching or graduate assistantships.