Graduate Assistantships

Students in the Department of Counseling and Development benefit from the many and varied Graduate Assistantships on campus to help fund the cost of their education. In addition to helping fund graduate students' education, Graduate Assistantships provide Counseling and Development students with valuable work experience in which they apply what they are learning in courses while working with students, faculty, and staff throughout the university. Over 100 graduate assistantships are awarded each academic year to deserving graduate students.