Graduate Assistantships are available in departments across campus. Students classified as graduate research assistants and graduate assistants may pay a reduced tuition rate. Graduate Assistants may work up to 20 hours a week. If you receive a Graduate Assistantship, you must notify the Financial Aid Office because it could have an effect on your eligibility. Students interested in graduate assistantships may obtain more information at www.westga.edu/graposting.
Resident Director positions are periodically available to a very limited number of students. Students awarded these positions receive compensations based upon work done and responsibilities. Detailed information regarding these positions can be obtained from the Director of Residence Life, University of West Georgia, Carrollton, Georgia, 30118.
The Federal Work Study program offers employment opportunities for students demonstrating financial need. The types of jobs available include clerical, technical, and manual labor as well as positions in the library and laboratories, and community services. A student can indicate interest in this program on the FAFSA then contact Career Services once they are awarded.