A graduate assistantship provides real-world experience working with faculty in your academic discipline while helping to meet your college expenses. An assistantship will strengthen your academic experience and develop your professional skills. Depending on your program and area of interest, an assistantship may include scholarly research, program administration or student support services.
Types of Assistantships
Federal or state work assistantships
These assistantships require financial aid documentation and financial eligibility, and include a July 31 deadline. It’s part of a total financial aid award.
These assistantships do not require financial qualifications.
Assistantships are assigned in the summer; early application is encouraged.
How Do I Apply?
As you look for an assistantship position, speak with your graduate program director about available positions, and review the job listings at Dragon Jobs.
Applications are position-specific. Prepare a resume and cover letter at a minimum to distribute.