Graduate Research Assistants work with one or more faculty members for up to 20 hours per week and are directly involved in faculty research and research support.
Admissions applications, academic transcripts, undergraduate and graduate GPAs, references, standardized test scores (if taken), and honors and awards will be used as the primary sources of information in determining awards. Recipients of CEHD assistantships, both new and continuing students, are selected primarily based on academic merit.
Before applying, please read the CEHD policy regarding assistantships.
APPLY HERE for a Graduate Assistantship within CEHD.
Other Assistantship opportunities:
University Life is committed to the growth, learning, and professional development of graduate students by providing high-quality, relevant experiences in various functional areas within student affairs related units. Graduate Assistants are invaluable members of the Division of University Life at George Mason University.
The Office of Student Involvement at George Mason University also invites applicants for Graduate Assistant positions.
Doctoral students should contact the PhD in Education Office at 703.993.2011 and master's students should contact Jackie Anderson at 703.993.2003 for more information.