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HOW DO I KNOW IF I AM ELIGIBLE TO HOLD A GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP?

Watch this online video to learn more about the GA requirements and steps for signing your contract.

In order to hold a graduate assistantship, a master’s level student must have completed a bachelor’s degree before the beginning of the semester or term in which the graduate assistantship begins. A doctoral level student must have completed a master’s degree before the beginning of the semester or term in which the doctoral assistantship begins. Official transcripts must be on file in the Graduate School Office of Admissions. Also, you must maintain a minimum cumulative graduate grade point average (3.000 for master’s level or 3.200 for doctoral and specialist level) to continue in the assistantship. You must have the status of "regular" admission. You cannot hold an assistantship as a probationary or conditional student.