Graduate assistantships at IUP are selectively awarded to highly qualified graduate students.
New applicants and current students are encouraged to apply online by March 15. Note: Assistantship applications submitted beyond this date may still be reviewed.
Full-time graduate students are enrolled in at least 9 credits during the Fall semester and 9 credits during the Spring semester.
Some programs also award one-semester (Fall or Spring) Graduate Assistantships to full time students that require either 10 or 20 hours of assigned duties per week for that semester.
To be eligible for an assistantship as a part-time student, students must enroll for 6 credits in the Fall term and 6 credits in the Spring term.
Stipends for assistantships may change from year to year. Contact the School of Graduate Studies and Research (724-357-4511 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for current stipend levels.
International Students: Assistantships cannot be used to indicate financial support on IUP’s Foreign Student Financial Statement Form.
Students awarded a graduate assistantship will receive an agreement via mail for review and signature.
View next steps if you signed and returned your agreement.
IUP Scholarships for Graduate Students
During the 2013–2014 academic year, IUP awarded 57 doctoral fellowships and 19 scholarships to graduate students who were recommended by their program coordinators.
The Julius P. Filcik Doctoral Fellowship was also awarded. Eligible candidates are first-year doctoral students who demonstrate strong academic preparation, potential for excellence in teaching and research, and the ability to contribute to the community of doctoral scholars at IUP. Students are nominated for this one-year fellowship by their graduate program coordinators and are eligible if they have been awarded either a graduate assistantship or a teaching associate.
View information about external scholarship and fellowship opportunities.
Please contact the School of Graduate Studies and Research at email@example.com or your program coordinator to inquire further about scholarships.
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