Graduate students may be eligible for assistantships through Manhattan College.
What is a Graduate Assistantship?
Assistantships provide students with training and valuable professional experience in higher education work environments. Assistantship duties should not interfere unduly with academic studies, but rather should contribute to students' intellectual growth and degree goals.
Assistantships are considered primarily as a form of financial aid to help graduate students complete graduate school. Compensation includes tuition remission up to 9 credits and sometimes a stipend.
Any student applying for a graduate assistantship position must meet the following requirements:
Accepted by Graduate Admissions at Manhattan College (Please present an official acceptance letter from Manhattan College Graduate Admissions upon application.)
Matriculated in a degree seeking, qualified program
5 Year Program students must have earned a minimum of 120 credits prior to applying for assistantship
How to Apply
Click on the position above.
Complete the online application.
Submit your resume and cover letter.
If you meet the criteria for the position, the hiring manager will contact you for an interview once documents are completed online.
Hired Graduate Assistants
The Graduate Assistantship Formmust be completed by the Graduate Assistant and supervisor each semester prior to the payment due date for each term. In addition to the Graduate Assistantship form, all hired graduate assistants must have a valid I-9 and W-4 on file. These forms are available in the Office of Financial Aid Administration located in Thomas Hall 3.60.