Graduate, Professional & Interdisciplinary Studies


All University Graduate Assistant Program

Graduate Assistantships are available to students admitted to or enrolled in a graduate program. Criteria for the awarding of an assistantship may include, but are not limited to: grade-point average,  past experience or training, interest in the field of study, letters of recommendation, and/or personal interview.

The university offers three types of Graduate Assistantships, each with different responsibilities and benefits. Each assistantship offers a stipend and tuition scholarship in exchange for 10 or 20 hours of service. We currently offer:

Teachers of Record (TR) serve as the primary instructor of record for a course.

Teaching Assistants (TA) may assist a faculty member with a course, grading, or tutor.

Graduate Assistants (GA) may assist with research, administrative and/or technical assistance. 

For more information, please see the TAGA eBrochure


Positions Available

Academic Planning & Learning Innovation


Center for International Programs

Enrollment Management

Fine and Performing Arts

Liberal Arts & Science

Human Resources, Diversity & Inclusion

Student Affairs

Science and Engineering