Assistantships are on-campus positions that provide a practical experience to your degree along with financial assistance. You will find a variety of assistantships throughout campus to provide you with experience and growth.
See the Graduate School Handbook for information about when to apply and academic requirements.
Potential Graduate Assistantships for CSD Students:
Center for Academic Technology Support
Child Care Resource and Referral
Office of Civil Rights
College of Education and Professional Studies
Counseling and Student Development
Early Childhood, Elementary, and Middle Level Education
Gateway/Minority Affairs/TRIO Program
Housing(Please check with Housing before applying)
Information Technology Services
International Students and Scholars
MLK Jr. University Union
New Student Programs
Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
School of Continuing Education
Secondary Education/Master Teacher
Student Community Service
Student Life Office
Student Rec Center
Tarble Arts Center
To apply for graduate assistantships, candidates need to:
- As a requirement of the Graduate School, complete the Graduate Assistantship Application.
- Submit an electronic copy of your resume by email to email@example.com if you are interested in a graduate assistantship in Counseling and Student Development.
It is beneficial to travel around campus to introduce yourself and give a resume to departments you are interested in. Be sure to start early because graduate assistantships fill up quickly.