Each fall, the Honors College identifies high-ability incoming freshmen to participate in the University Assistantship program. Selected students are matched with a department or office of interest, providing an opportunity for students to work on special projects or research. Students in the assistantship program typically work 8 hours per week for the entire academic year, earning a total stipend amount of up to $2500.
Assistantships range from assisting professors with lab work associated with their research, to working in instructional labs, to participating in ensemble performances — the possibilities are endless.
University Assistantship applications have been sent to eligible incoming students. Please contact Jacob English if you have any questions regarding the University Assistantship Program.