We're committed to offering opportunities that advance professional development and help students mitigate the cost of higher education. Graduate assistantships often include a stipend, tuition waiver, health benefits and teaching resources.
Our graduate teaching assistants focus on foundational undergraduate courses and labs, and are an integral part of the University. We proudly offer assistantship positions to an average of 570 students every quarter, with department support from 35 programs.
To see if you're qualified to become a Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA), Graduate Service Assistantship (GSA) or Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA), visit the Graduate Bulletin.
Reach out to your department first with questions about your GTA contract. If you have any questions they can’t answer, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.Contact Us
The GTA Handbook is a comprehensive resource that details essential assistantship policies. If you would like clarification on the information in the Handbook, call on the Office of Graduate Education. We're happy to provide guidance regarding all graduate school policies.