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Apply for a Graduate Assistantship

How does half off your tuition sound?

Once students have been accepted into a graduate program, they can apply to be hired for Graduate Work Program positions. Positions within this program include: Research Assistantships, Teaching Assistantships and Administrative Award positions that are located within different departments across campus.

Students who are hired for positions receive a 50 percent tuition scholarship each term and a stipend for working 15-20 hours per week.

Our Graduate Work Program website has the most updated information regarding this program and allows you to submit your application for this program. General hiring for positions begins in late May of every year for the following Academic Year. Students can be hired any term a position is open, so hiring does occur in all three academic terms. Once your application is submitted, it will be posted in our hiring database for supervisors to review.

What do I need to do to complete Step 5?
  • If you are not interested in applying for, or finding out more information about, a graduate assistantship, skip this step by clicking the sign below to advance to Step 6.
  • If you would like to find out more information or apply for a graduate assistantship, click on the yellow "Graduate Work Program" sign below.
  • Clicking the yellow "Graduate Work Program" sign below will open the page in a new window.  
  • If you have already completed this process, or after you do so now, return to this page and click the sign below to continue to Step 6.
Click here to go back to Step 4Click here to go to the graduate work program pageClick here to go forward to Step 6
  1. Questions?

    If you have questions about applying for a graduate assistantship, please contact Linda Kessler in graduate admissions at lkessler@newhaven.edu.
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    You may skip ahead using the navigation in the box, or go back to the Road Map for New Graduate Students.