Graduate Assistantship Packages
For the coming academic year, the College of Education and Human Services anticipates awarding several graduate research assistantship (GRA) packages, which include a stipend depending on the hours worked, plus a 75% tuition waiver for graduate students enrolled in at least 9 credit hours per semester (for masters students) and at least 6 credit hours per semester (for doctoral students). All of these packages are for students enrolled in UNF graduate programs. Eligible students may reapply each year.
Graduate Assistant Duties
GRAs collaborate with faculty on research in a variety of ways - from helping with literature reviews to analyzing data. In addition to a graduate research orientation, GRAs will receive training and the opportunity to earn research badges which can be used to provide evidence of the research skills you will gain as a GRA for future applications as well as resumes and vitas. Faculty will work with GRAs to ensure that this opportunity provides a place to grow and develop your skills as well as participate in interesting and groundbreaking research.
Graduate assistants may work from 5-20 hours per week for a maximum of 300 hours total for each semester. 10 hours per week or more is preferred. The work is compensated at a rate of $16.67 per hour. A GRA that works 20 hour per work would earn a total of $5,000 over the course of the semester.
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Eligibility requirements for all graduate assistantship packages are as follows.
- The applicant must:
- Be a fully admitted student to a UNF graduate program
- Be a full-time graduate student enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester or 6 for doctoral students;
- Have a minimum admission GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Requirements for continued eligibility for the remainder of the award period:
- The award recipient must:
- Maintain a GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale while enrolled in the graduate program;
- Maintain full-time enrollment in a UNF graduate program (minimum of 9 credit hours per semester for masters students or minimum of 6 for doctoral students);
- Maintain satisfactory performance as a graduate assistant.
- Prospective students should complete an application form. Priority will be given to applications received on or before July 1.
When submitting your application please note that you will need to upload a current resume as well as a 1-page letter of intent which describes your professional goals, skills or experience that support research skills you have gained previously, and why you should receive a graduate research assistantship. Be sure to highlight specifically any experiences that may be valuable to the College. We highly recommend you complete these two documents prior to starting the application.
Applications received by the COEHS Dean's Office will be considered and applicants will be informed of our decision via email.
If you are interested and in need of more information or have questions, please contact Daniel Dinsmore, Associate Dean for Research by email at email@example.com.