This is the most common form of student support. Graduate assistantships are employment-based appointments where students, in exchange for their service, receive a stipend, tuition remission, and an institutional contribution toward the health insurance program available only to graduate assistants.
Teaching and research assistantships are offered on a competitive basis and are generally administered by the academic departments. Contact your academic department for more details.
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Criterion of appointment:
Stipend Level I - Graduate student in good standing who lacks previous teaching or research experience.
Stipend Level II - Graduate student in good standing who has passed the departmental preliminary exam and has been formally admitted to candidacy for the doctoral degree.
If you should have any questions, please contact Celeste Gerhart at (410)706-8323
The Graduate Assistant Advisory Committee (GAAC) meets through the meet and confer process with President Perman and the Graduate School leadership team each term. Direct any agenda items to firstname.lastname@example.org