The majority of graduate assistantships are awarded by academic departments. Many graduate students seek teaching, research, or administrative assistantships as a way of both gaining valuable experience and obtaining financial support. Students may also choose from a variety of on- or off-campus employment opportunities.
Gain valuable knowledge and experience related to your degree by fulfilling administrative, teaching, and research roles within the university. Stipends, responsibilities, selection criteria, application and notification procedures vary from department to department.
View Available Graduate Assistantships (positions listed on this site are typically administrative in nature)
View Rules and Practices for Graduate Assistantships (Academic Affairs Personnel Procedures Handbook)
The Office of Student Employment assists students in obtaining Federal Work Study and temporary student worker positions within the university. Visit Human Resources' website, or 200A King Building, for more information.
Full-time, permanent EPA and SPA UNC Charlotte employees may be eligible for tuition waivers or reimbursements. More information can be found on the Human Resources' website.
The University Career Center (UCC) operates a database called NinerJobNet, which offers part-time and full-time employment opportunities. Detailed information about the services offered within the UCC can be found on their website at www.career.uncc.edu, or by visiting their offices in 150 Atkins Building.
Already have a job? Many employers offer tuition benefits for individuals seeking to further their education. Be sure to check with your supervisor to see if your company offers employee educational assistance programs.
Post Doctoral Fellowship Opportunity - Clemson University
The College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) at Clemson University invites applications for the position of Post-Doctoral Fellow in the area of Assessment of Learner Dispositions. Read more.