Assistantships include stipends and either full or partial tuition waivers. First-year graduate assistants work for faculty members on architectural history, while second-year assistantships feature a wide range of work with outside preservation organizations and efforts, including the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, Indiana Main Street programs, consulting firms, community development corporations, and preservation education projects with the Muncie Public Library.
Applicants are encouraged to submit their Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores along with their MSHP graduate assistantship application, which you should download and send to the program director by Feb. 15 (before the academic year in which you wish to enroll). Assistantships with the Center for Historic Preservation or with nearby preservation organizations are available for qualified second-year students. For more information, contact us.