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Fulltime Graduate Students of Marymount are invited to apply for Graduate assistantship in the Nursing department.
- The Graduate Assistant in the Department of Nursing works 20 hours per week on a flexible schedule, providing support to the Department and the School of Health Professions.
- The GA reports to the Clinical Lab Coordinator.
- Please note that the GA position is awarded during the Fall and Spring semesters only. This is a full assistantship, but if a GA drops below full time status (6 credits or less) the stipend and required hours are reduced in half.
- The 20 hours can be split between two students in each semester thus requiring only 10 hours from each and the stipend is split in half.
Successful acceptance into a Marymount University graduate degree program.
A graduate assistantship is for:
- A full time graduate student. A full time student taking at least 9 credits, usually 12 credits.
- A half assistantship means that the student must take at least 6 credits and will get free tuition for these credits and half the stipend amount.
- Preferred computer skills in Microsoft Word and Excel as well as good Internet research skills.
- The department will provide training for the selected Graduate assistant(s) in Simulation.
- A graduate assistantship is for a full time graduate student. A full time student (at least 9 credits, usually 12 credits) or a half assistantship means that the student must take at least 6 credits.
Special Notes to Applicants
Application materials must be received by
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