Graduate Assistantships

Types of Assistantships

What types of assistantships are there?

Graduate Assistantships Overview

All full-time, on-campus degree-seeking students are eligible for assistantships within their home departments and in other offices on campus.

Available Graduate Assistantship Positions


Departments with main campus graduate programs typically offer available graduate assistantships directly to students who are or will be enrolled in their programs. You should begin your search for an assistantship position within your department.

Mandatory Training for Graduate Assistants

All graduate students who have graduate assistantships must complete the training once each academic year (August 1 through July 31).

Training Process & Assessment Quiz

Step 1: Read through the materials

Submit an Assistantship or Job Posting

Would you like to hire a graduate assistant or graduate student worker? Use this form to submit the position to the Graduate School so that we can review it and post it on our website.

GRAM - Graduate Research Assistant Mentoring Program

The Graduate Research Assistant Mentoring Program (GRAM) is designed to provide research-active faculty with the opportunity to mentor talented graduate students through collaborative work on the faculty members' research projects. Awards will be considered internal grants, with the faculty member as PI.