A job or assistantship can help you gain valuable experience, while further off-setting the cost of your education.
Visit Career Services for information about on- and off-campus jobs, including work study, part-time and summer opportunities as well as jobs for international students.
Assistantships give you the opportunity to apply your skills and knowledge while providing financial support. There are three general categories of assistantships:
Recipients of full assistantships generally work approximately 20 hours per week teaching, conducting research or doing administrative work. In return for this commitment, students are paid a stipend and may also receive a full or partial tuition scholarship. Recipients are still responsible for school fees.
For more information about policies regarding the award and use of graduate tuition scholarships, please see the Provost’s Guidelines for Graduate Tuition Scholarships. Please contact your department of interest about assistantship opportunities, including deadlines and criteria for assistantship awards.