Student Resources


Several graduate assistantships are sponsored directly by the School of Information (SI). Awards are made on a competitive basis taking into consideration academic credentials, previous work experience, research capabilities, progress in the graduate program, and professional skills such as knowledge of various computing software and hardware. Graduate assistants are typically appointed at .25 or .50 FTE (10 or 20 hours per week) as graduate teaching assistants graduate research assistants or graduate instructional assistants. The graduate assistantship provides a competitive benefit package including a tuition waiver that covers 80% of tuition cost, a bi-weekly stipend, and student health insurance.

You can find more information about graduate asstantships by visiting the Office of Grad Studies Resource Center.

To apply for a graduate assistantship in the School of Information please email a current resume/curriculum vita and cover letter as a single PDF file to Chloe Hartman for consideration. Please include in the subject the semester and year and the program you are enrolled in.