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Graduate Assistantships

A limited number of graduate students are awarded graduate assistantships, work-based financial support awards, each year. The primary responsibility of graduate assistants is to assist faculty with research and teaching.

Students have opportunities to perform a range of academically oriented work such as completing library searches, collecting data, creating instructional materials, supervising undergraduates in clinical experiences and coordinating volunteer programs. To be eligible a student must be enrolled for at least six graduate credit hours.

Please visit the Graduate Studies website to find more information, including an application for graduate assistantships

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