Do you need help paying for your graduate work in the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology? Are you interested in working closely with faculty while gaining hands-on experience in your field? Our department is committed to providing practical opportunities for both professional and personal growth through our graduate assistantships.
Responsibilities and Benefits
Our graduate assistantships, awarded to the top students based on academic performance, are an excellent way to help pay for your education while gaining supplemental experiences and opportunities to interact with faculty.
As a graduate assistant, you’ll receive a partial tuition remission along with a stipend during the academic year.
In return, graduate assistants spend about 20 hours a week helping faculty with teaching, research, or administrative duties.
How to Apply
If interested, check the assistantship box on the admissions application. Speech Pathology and Audiology assistantships are determined during the review of admission applications. If no assistantships are available in the department, admitted students should check with the university's Career Services office for other graduate assistantships available on campus.
Paying for Your Education