Graduate assistantships (GA) are university employment positions for graduate students only. GA's work a set number of hours per week learning valuable skills relevant to their educational goals. In addition, GA's earn a salary and receive a scholarship of up to 6 hours. Duties may include laboratory supervision, teaching and research related tasks. To find out more please visit the websites below.
Current GA's, Hiring Managers and Supervisors, for questions about eligibility, policy and procedures please refer to the Graduate Assistantship Guide.
Hiring Official and Supervisor Resources
You may contact Dana Johns with additional questions.