Help Cover the Cost of Your Master's Degree with a Graduate Assistantship

Graduate Assistantships (GAs) are a way for a graduate student to work on campus and gain valuable experience while funding your education. Typically, graduate students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours per semester and work on campus between 15-20 hours per week. In return, GAs receive a monthly stipend and a tuition waiver. GAs are appointed each semester and renewable based on maintaining academic eligibility and employment performance standards. For specific information, please contact the individual listed for the position(s) of interest.

 

The following Graduate Assistantships are open for current and prospective graduate students:

  • Graduate Assistant - AFME Division

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    Department: Division of Accounting, Finance, MIS, & Economics

    Job Description: This Graduate Assistant (GA) position will support faculty in the Division of Accounting, Finance, MIS, & Economics in the College of Business with research projects; grading; and other program and academic support projects. The student will be unconditionally admitted and enrolled as a graduate degree-seeking student; enrolled for a minimum of 6 credit hours during the semester of appointment and be in good academic standing. Successful candidates will have strong spreadsheet, data analysis, technology, and communication skills, including listening skills. Candidates will be reviewed based on their educational background, GPA, and any other relevant experience. The GA position is 20 hours per week and will come with a tuition waiver and monthly stipend.

    Requirements for eligibility: For serious consideration, please submit the following documentation: 

    • Graduate Assistant/Tuition Waiver Application (located on the GSU Portal)
    • Current Resume
    • Class schedule for FA20 (showing at least 6CH)
    • Most recent transcript (unofficial copies accepted)
    • Optional: Letter of Interest

    Items to note: Graduate Assistants must maintain a minimum of six graduate credit hours per semester that apply to the completion of their degree requirements and are restricted to a maximum enrollment of 12 graduate credit hours per semester of appointment, except as approved by the respective chair and dean.

    In order to be eligible for reappointment, Graduate Assistants must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average, must continue to make satisfactory progress toward the graduate degree and satisfactorily perform assigned duties. Graduate Assistants are evaluated at the end of each term by their assigned supervisor(s).

    Upon appointment, Graduate Assistants must complete all required/relevant training (e.g., ethics, FERPA, etc)

    To Apply: Please visit https://govst-csm.symplicity.com/ to apply for position.

     

  • Graduate Assistant - SCIBI

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    Department: Supply Chain Innovation Center and Business Incubator

    Job Description: This Graduate Assistant (GA) position will provide office and operational support to the Director of the Supply Chain Innovation Center and Business Incubator (SCICBI). The GA position will support organizing and delivering Learning and Development programs and promoting SCICBI. The GA position will serve as the front desk officer and assist the Director with research and other projects. The student will be unconditionally admitted and enrolled as a graduate degree-seeking student; enrolled for a minimum of 6 credit hours during the semester of appointment and be in good academic standing. Successful candidates will have strong organizing, record keeping, technology, and communication skills, including listening skills. Candidates will be reviewed based on their educational background, GPA, and any other relevant experience. The GA position is 20 hours per week and will come with a tuition waiver and monthly stipend.

    Requirements for eligibility: For serious consideration, please submit the following documentation: 

    • Graduate Assistant/Tuition Waiver Application (located on the GSU Portal)
    • Current Resume
    • Class schedule for FA20 (showing at least 6CH)
    • Most recent transcript (unofficial copies accepted)
    • Optional: Letter of Interest

    Items to note: Graduate Assistants must maintain a minimum of six graduate credit hours per semester that apply to the completion of their degree requirements and are restricted to a maximum enrollment of 12 graduate credit hours per semester of appointment, except as approved by the respective chair and dean. 

    In order to be eligible for reappointment, Graduate Assistants must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average, must continue to make satisfactory progress toward the graduate degree and satisfactorily perform assigned duties. Graduate Assistants are evaluated at the end of each term by their assigned supervisor(s). 

    Upon appointment, Graduate Assistants must complete all required/relevant training (e.g., ethics, FERPA, etc) 

    To Apply: Please visit https://govst-csm.symplicity.com/ to apply for position. 

  • Graduate Assistant - Math Tutor

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    Department: Academic Resource Center

    Competencies: 

    • Ability to tutor undergraduate college algebra, statistics, and calculus
    • Good people skills
    • Comfortable tutoring online (through Zoom)
    • Ability to tutor additional courses (Ability to assist ECON 3404 ideal)

    Requirements:

    • A graduate student admitted into MS math (or MBA) program
    • Must be currently enrolled in 6 credit hours - need schedule to verify
    • Access to a laptop that can operate with Zoom
    • A quiet place to work at home with minimal distraction

    Hours: 

    • 15 hours per week
    • All hours worked Monday through Friday – no weekend work.
    • All tutorials are via appointment.

    Starting Salary:

    • $ 500 month stipend (NOT tax free – taxes will be deducted)
    • Tuition wavier for 6 credit hours (student responsible for remaining tuition and fees beyond 6 credit hours).

    Notes:

    • If hired, you may be asked to participate in professional development activities for no more than 2 hours per week as part of the 15 hours.
    • Retention into spring 2021 semester is based on available funding, a satisfactory performance evaluation, and good academic standing (must maintain 3.0 G.P.A. or better). 

    To Apply: Send an updated resume and your fall 2020 class schedule (printed from GSU portal) via email to Daniel Ferry: dferry@govst.edu before Aug 15th. 

     

     

  • Graduate Assistant - Chemistry Tutor

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    Department: Academic Resource Center

    Competencies: 

    • Ability to tutor undergraduate General, Organic, and Biochemistry.
    • Good people skills
    • Comfortable tutoring online (through Zoom)
    • Ability to tutor additional math and science courses a plus.

    Requirements:

    • A graduate student admitted into MS chemistry or MS biology program.
    • Must be currently enrolled in 6 credit hours - need schedule to verify
    • Access to a laptop that can operate with Zoom
    • A quiet place to work at home with minimal distraction

    Hours: 

    • 15 hours per week
    • All hours worked Monday through Friday – no weekend work.
    • All tutorials are via appointment.

    Starting Salary:

    • $ 500 month stipend (NOT tax free – taxes will be deducted)
    • Tuition wavier for 6 credit hours (student responsible for remaining tuition and fees beyond 6 credit hours).

    Notes:

    • If hired, you may be asked to participate in professional development activities for no more than 2 hours per week as part of the 15 hours.
    • Retention into spring 2021 semester is based on available funding, a satisfactory performance evaluation, and good academic standing (must maintain 3.0 G.P.A. or better).

    To Apply: Send an updated resume and your fall 2020 class schedule (printed from GSU portal) via email to Daniel Ferry: dferry@govst.edu before Aug 15th. 

  • Graduate Assistant - Statistics Tutor

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    Department: Academic Resource Center

    Competencies: 

    • Elementary and Intermediate Statistics + some your favorite courses
    • Good people skills
    • Comfortable tutoring online (through Zoom)
    • Ability to tutor anatomy during the summer term.
    • Intermediate SPSS skills

    Requirements:

    • A doctoral student in Physical Therapy or MS in Occupational Therapy.
    • Must be currently enrolled in 6 credit hours - need schedule to verify
    • Access to a laptop that can operate with Zoom
    • A quiet place to work at home with minimal distraction

    Hours: 

    • 15 hours per week
    • All hours worked Monday through Friday – no weekend work.
    • All tutorials are via appointment.

    Starting Salary:

    • $ 500 month stipend (NOT tax free – taxes will be deducted)
    • Tuition wavier for 6 credit hours (student responsible for remaining tuition and fees beyond 6 credit hours).

    Notes:

    • If hired, you may be asked to participate in professional development activities for no more than 2 hours per week as part of the 15 hours.
    • Retention into spring 2021 semester is based on available funding, a satisfactory performance evaluation, and good academic standing (must maintain 3.0 G.P.A. or better).

    To Apply: Send an updated resume and your fall 2020 class schedule (printed from GSU portal) via email to Daniel Ferry: dferry@govst.edu before Aug 15th.