Assistantships are available to matriculated graduate students who are in good academic standing and who are making good progress toward the degree. The procedure for application for an assistantship, including the selection criteria, are established by deans and academic departments, and publicized by graduate departments. Criteria for the awarding of an assistantship may include, but are not limited to: undergraduate grade-point average, standardized test scores, past experience or training, interest in the field of study, letters of recommendation, or personal interview.
The following departments offered assistantships in the 2010-2011 academic year: Art, Art Education, Biology, Business, Center for International Programs, Communication Disorders, Computer Science, English, Foreign Languages, The Graduate School, Psychology, Samuel Dorsky Museum, and Student Activities and Union Services. Students interested in pursuing an assistantship should inquire at the department for specific application procedures.
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