Graduate Assistantships (GA) – Administrative Offices at UNC
Some Administrative Offices on campus will hire graduate assistants. Applications for graduate assistantships offered through the administrative offices on campus are available through the Graduate School or in the administrative offices of the University.
Completed applications must be returned to Carter Hall 2007 by early March each year. Applications will be reviewed for admission and sent to division personnel for further screening and interviews. Availability of positions is contingent upon funding. Appointment decisions are made in early April for the following fall academic year.
Graduate Assistantship (GA)
A full-time student enrolled in a UNC graduate program performing administrative duties and/or assigned program related duties including instructional support but who is not the Instructor of Record.
Teaching Assistantship (TA)
A full-time student enrolled in a UNC graduate program hired as the Instructor of Record in one or more undergraduate courses.
Summer Graduate Research Assistantships (SGRA)
(Based on available funds)
Stipend Award and Tuition if applicable. A full-time student enrolled in a UNC graduate program who is assigned to an individual faculty member or a group of faculty for the express purpose of assisting in defined aspects of a research project.
UNC Faculty members who wish to conduct research projects during the summer term and will need the support of a graduate research assistant in that work. Summer Graduate Research Assistant (SGRA) awards provide funding to support the cost of a graduate research assistant. SGRA awards will be funded based on the GA FTE calculations and Minimum Stipends Grid for summer (13 weeks). A participating student may choose to be enrolled for no more than six credit hours in courses during the summer. Tuition support (up to six hours resident rate summer) will accompany the stipend for those participating students who are enrolled during the summer.