Graduate Assistantships are intended as awards to students who have demonstrated high academic performance and potential at the graduate level. Graduate Assistants, or "GAs," work 20 hours each week. The duties of a GA could be teaching; instructing and supervising undergraduate level labs; grading or evaluating performance of undergraduate students; collecting and processing research data for faculty; or preparing presentation materials. GAs must carry a minimum of six graduate hours each semester. In addition to the tuition remission, GAs receive a monthly stipend.
Interested applicant are encourage to explore the Graduate Studies Graduate Assistantships page for more information. GA opening can be viewed by going to the Current Job Opening in the UNO Human Resources webpage or by contacting your department.