Interested in a Graduate Assistantship? Assistantships are on-campus work opportunities to provide selected graduate students with a full tuition scholarship and a living stipend each semester of employment. Graduate Assistants generally work 20 hours per week in addition to a full-time academic schedule of at least 9 semester hours.

Graduate Assistant Opportunities

Contact the specific graduate program area for information about the Graduate Assistantships in their departments. They can provide you with the most current GA position descriptions and application materials.

For the Master of Education (M.Ed.), contact: Jodi Dunham, (740) 351-3101, or

For the Master of Science in Mathematics, (MSM), contact Doug Darbro (740) 351-3441, or

For the Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), contact Barbara Warnock, (740) 351-3116, or

For the Master’s of Business Administration (MBA), contact Jason Lovins,
For the Master of Composition & Rhetoric, contact Jennifer Scott (740) 351-3149, or