| ACADEMICS | Graduate School | Graduate Assistantships
One of the best ways to get an in-depth understanding of your field is to learn from a leader in that field. That’s what Worcester State University graduate assistantships are all about. You are eligible for a graduate assistantship if you are matriculated into a WSU graduate program and have at least a 3.0 GPA. We give preference to students enrolled in 9 credit hours per semester.
A graduate assistantship gives you the opportunity to work with a mentor at an advanced level and to take on professional-level responsibilities such as teaching support, research, and clinical work. The program also helps attract other top-notch students interested in full-time study, further increasing the quality of our graduate programs.
Professional-Level ResponsibilitiesAs a graduate assistant, you will take on advanced responsibilities that give you the experience of being a professional in your chosen field. Those responsibilities typically include:
A limited number of graduate assistantships are available. Degree-seeking, matriculated graduate students can apply for an assistantship through the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education.