A number of the College of Science and Health graduate programs offer
students the opportunity to perform research and administrative duties
in the form of a graduate assistantship (GA). Qualified students are eligible to
receive GA stipends and full or partial tuition waivers, only GA stipends, or only full or partial tuition
waivers. For more information on what stipend and/or tuition waiver
opportunities might be available to you, please contact your graduate program
Graduate Assistantship Stipends
If you anticipate to receive a GA stipend and
have either not worked on-campus before or you have previously worked on
campus, then you will need to schedule an appointment with Amanda Copeland, Business Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to initiate the hiring process.
In order to facilitate the process, it is important to bring the
necessary hiring paperwork and documentation as detailed on page four of
the I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form with you to this appointment. You will be instructed to visit the Office of Student Employment immediately following your appointment in order to complete the I-9 form and other hiring documents. For more information regarding the student hiring process, please visit the Office of Student Employment.
Students receiving a GA stipends are required
to submit their hours through a timesheet. Payment will be distributed
according to the CSH GA Stipend Calendar AY17-18.pdf and within the pay period assigned on the Student Employment Action Form (SEAF), which is a document that will be completed during the hiring process.
In addition to stipends, some of the graduate programs are able to
award students with full or partial tuition waivers. If you are interested in tuition waivers, then it is important to routinely inquire with your graduate program director about availability; they are often awarded on a quarterly basis.
Please contact DePaul Central with any questions you may have regarding how tuition waivers apply toward your student account.