There are a variety of on-campus job opportunities available for you. Visit Student Employment for a current job openings.
Graduate assistantship opportunities
Graduate teaching and research assistantships are available on a competitive basis and are typically awarded as half- or quarter-time appointments corresponding to 20 and 10 hours of weekly commitment respectively. Assistantships carry a monthly stipend plus a tuition waiver. Students receiving a graduate assistantship appointment are expected to satisfy the requirements of the Graduate School.
For more information about a graduate teaching or research assistantship in a specific department, or to apply for an assistantship position, please contact the Graduate Program Director of that department
Civil Engineering, Ryan Fries
Computer Science, Xudong Yu
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Scott Umbaugh
Industrial Engineering, Cem Karacal
Mechanical Engineering, Terry Yan
In addition to the departmental graduate assistantships, the Graduate School has a number of programs through which graduate students can receive financial support. You may also be interested in assistantship opportunities in departments and units outside the School of Engineering.