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Applications for each academic year are accepted February 1 – April 15 prior to the Fall start date of the position. Please see application section for more information.
The Graduate Assistantship (GA) applications for 2021-2022 AY appointments will go live on this page Monday, February 1, 2021.
Campus Connect credentials are required to access the application system. Due to the admissions process, Campus Connect credentials are only given out at the time of admission. Please contact
Graduate Admissions if you need assistance with application processing.
The graduate assistant (GA) is an important part of the College of Education.
Graduate assistantships are opportunities for student educators to work closely with faculty members, to support on-going research efforts and to engage in on-going conversations regarding educational issues and research with faculty and other student colleagues.
Because graduate assistants generally work with and for several faculty members at once; they can expect broad-based exposure to the day-to-day workings of the College of Education within the context of university life.
The Graduate Assistant appointments listed on this page for application are for the 3 consecutive quarters (fall, winter and spring quarters) of the academic year following the application window. Graduate Assistant applicants are interviewed and appointed directly by each individual hiring area in the College of Education. A complete list of hiring units is outlined below under the application section. The dates for applications are also listed in the application section below. The number of appointments available for any given school year varies and is contingent upon the number of returning GAs from the previous year. Any applicants hired and seeking continued employment in this role beyond the one academic year appointment must reapply each subsequent year they are eligible.
A GA receives tuition remission for two (4 credit-hour) courses per quarter for three quarters: fall, winter and spring. Tuition remission must be used in the quarter in which it is awarded; it cannot be rolled over into future quarters or used during the summer.
In addition to tuition remission, a GA receives a stipend. For this position a GA should work 20 hours per week for each of the 10 regular weeks during the quarter (excluding finals week), not more than 200 hours per quarter, and no more than 600 hours between the fall, winter and spring quarters. These hours are completed on-site during College of Education regular operating hours M-F between the hours of 9am-6pm.
Departmental supervisors distribute work assignments, which may include the following: conducting literature reviews; collecting and analyzing data; copy editing or updating content of faculty papers for the purpose of research; carrying out initial journal searches; and providing assistance in writing grants and preparing articles. Graduate assistants may also be asked to perform limited copying and/or filing duties related to ongoing research activities.
Thank you for your interest in Graduate Assistant positions within the College of Education for the upcoming 2020-2021 Academic Year. These links will be active for application submission 12am February 1, 2020 – 11:59pm April 15, 2020.
The Graduate Assistantship (GA) application deadline for 2020-2021 AY appointments has been extended to 11:59pm on Friday, May 1, 2020.
Applicants are typically contacted for follow up mid May-mid June. Official offers extended in August. If you have general inquiries, not department or program specific, please contact: Nicole Nudo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must apply separately to each department/program you are interested in working with. Applications are very similar, but not identical between all 7 areas. If you have department or program specific questions for any one application you are or have completed, you must email the appropriate contact listed for that area.
Each year, DePaul University students work on campus in almost every department. Students work in a variety of roles including web, research, communication, office administration and more. They act as an integral part of making the university run
smoothly, while gaining skills that will help them in their future professional positions.
To inquire about student employment positions, visit the
Office of Student