Graduate School of Theology and Ministry
There are two types of assistantships: work study and teaching. Work study assistantships are available during the first year of study for clerical positions and are currently paid at a rate of $8.25* per hour. A limited number of teaching assistantships are offered to students who have completed one year of study. These positions are highly competitive and are determined on the basis of cumulative GPA after two semesters (24 credit hours) of Graduate Theology course work, the submission of two references from professors in the Graduate Theology Department and full-time (9 credit hours or more) enrollment in courses on-campus. Graduate teaching assistants are responsible for leading discussion groups for general education Bible and theology courses offered in the Undergraduate Department of Theology and are currently paid at a rate of $8.75* per hour. Graduate assistantships do not qualify students for employee tuition benefits. Please contact the College of Theology and Ministry for additional information.
*Subject to change