Theatre fills several graduate assistantships for each academic school year. These assistantships will be available in some or all of the following areas, based on needs: teaching assistant for various theatre classes, research assignments, and administrative assistant assignments.
These assistantships help to cover tuition, health insurance, and living expenses. Students are expected to have some experience in the area for which they will be considered and will be expected to work approximately 20 hours a week.
The deadline for applications is mid-March each year, and the screening process continues until the positions are filled.
The application is on-line on the Graduate Studies website, or may be obtained from the Graduate Studies and Research office in Barge Hall #305, (509) 963-3103. The on-line application may be filled out on-line, saved as a file, then sent as an attachment to email@example.com.
Remember, if you don't apply, you won't be considered.
If you have any questions, contact:Peggy Hill
Please contact the Graduate Coordinator for information about Graduate Assistantships for the next academic year.
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