Looking for a way to support your education financially, while also accumulating important professional experience? Please consider applying for an assistantship. Assistantships are important sources of funding and professional development for Masters students in the Department of Psychology, involving supervised work experience in research, teaching, and service responsibilities in collaboration with faculty members. Assistantships include tuition weaver, a monthly stipend, and no more than 20 hours of weekly work.
Students applying for assistantships much have a 3.5 undergraduate GPA, be presently enrolled in the Masters Program, and demonstrate compatibility of interests and aptitude with supervising faculty members. During the period of their assistantship students must maintain satisfactory academic progress.
Assistantships are also available in other departments and administrative offices on campus.