If you’re admitted to a graduate-level program and carry at least six semester hours of graduate credits, you may be eligible to fill a graduate assistant position. Both a financial opportunity and an invaluable professional experience, a graduate assistantship is a highly sought-after position. Rely on this comprehensive guide for details on benefits, duties, contracts, and application procedures.
- What is a Graduate Assistant (GA)? Browse the duties and benefits associated with this position.
- How do I become a GA? Follow these steps to begin the application process.
- What do I do after I've been named a GA? Learn about contract requirements, reporting dates, and payday procedures.
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- Offer Accepted
- After accepting your GA offer, view next steps.
- Offer Expired
If a GA offer is not accepted by the deadline date indicated in your GA decision letter, the offer will be automatically be rescinded. If you would still like to be considered for the expired GA offer, please have the hiring department contact the Graduate College via email at [email protected] to request that the offer be reinstated.
- Offer Declined
If you declined your offer in error, or have changed your mind about your decision, please contact the hiring department. If the GA position is still available, the hiring department should contact the Graduate College via email at [email protected] if they would like to request that the offer be reinstated.