International students should submit their Admission to the Graduate School is a necessary condition for every appointment to a Teaching Assistantship. Teaching Assistantships are available in limited numbers for most graduate programs offered on WWU's main campus in Bellingham. The Anthropology Department assigns TAships quarterly, with a minimum of two quarters, to graduates progressing in the program and maintaining a 3.0 grade point average. English graduate students may also be eligible for a Library assistantship. This matter should be attended to with care and dispatch, since the University places limits on enrollment. Funding typically consists of full tuition remission and a 9 to12 month stipend to defray living expenses. Available Graduate Assistantships School Year 2019-2020 General Job Description: Lerner Health and Wellness Center Graduate Assistants will have the opportunity to gain practical experience in all aspects of recreation facility management. Generally, first year students are not assigned to TAships the first quarter of entry If you are a current student, you should be making satisfactory progress Teaching Assistantships Teaching Assistantships (TA) are allocated by the Graduate School and assigned by the Department. Washington University is committed to funding most PhD students for 4-6 years, depending on the time needed to complete their particular program. Graduate assistants receive a stipend, tuition waiver, and health insurance. To be eligible for a TA position, you must have full admit status to the Graduate School (not provisional status). The Graduate School informs applicants directly of admission decisions. Graduate Assistantships The College of Education offers a limited number of teaching and/or research assistantships to graduate students each year. Assistantships are generally allocated for two years for masters students, and three years for doctoral students pending performance and appropriate funding. Currently, all of them teach one section of English 101 each quarter. Assistantships are not available for off-campus programs. Washington University in St. Louis is a world leader in graduate, professional and postdoctoral education, awarding hundreds of PhD, MD and master’s degrees annually. We offer up to twelve Graduate Assistantships in English to first- and second-year students on a competitive basis each year. The Office of Fellowships and Awards provides many services for graduate students and departments, including administrative and counseling information services. The amounts and vehicles of financial support for graduate students are usually decided by individual Schools. Graduate School assistantship stipends are merit-based stipends provided in return for service. Students may be appointed to a Graduate School assistantship for a full academic year (September through mid-May) or for a single They are also referred to as “service stipends.” Recipients of assistantships are appointed as either research assistants, teaching assistants or teaching associates. Our staff assist students by publicizing upcoming deadlines, providing some applications and participating in the application process or administration of some campuswide awards. More than 6,000 graduate and professional students study at the university at any given time, and the university attracts graduate and professional students from more than 100 countries and all 50 states. All Graduate Assistants will work a minimum of 20 hours per week with the responsibility of managing the 189,000 sq.