If you’re admitted to a graduate-level program and carry at least six semester hours of graduate credits, you may be eligible to fill a graduate assistant position. Both a financial opportunity and an invaluable professional experience, a graduate assistantship is a highly sought-after position. Rely on this comprehensive guide for details on benefits, duties, contracts, and application procedures.
- What is a Graduate Assistant (GA)? Browse the duties and benefits associated with this position.
- How do I become a GA? Follow these steps to begin the application process.
- What do I do after I've been named a GA?
Learn about contract requirements, reporting dates, and payday procedures.
- Apply for a graduate assistantship Apply to become a GA using your MyUNLV account.
- GA Stipend and Payroll Information
Get information about minimum stipends, doctoral stipend increases, appointment terms, and important payroll information for GAs.
- Graduate Assistant Guidelines and Regulations (PDF)
- Graduate Assistant Termination Appeal Form (PDF)