You must be enrolled in at least six credits each term you work as a graduate assistant. If your credit load drops below six credits, you will be ineligible to participate in the GA program.
You must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA each term you work as a graduate assistant to remain eligible for the position and tuition reduction. If your GPA falls below a 3.0, you will be ineligible to participate in the GA program.
Under the tab “Open Positions” for the current academic year, you will find GA positions that are currently accepting applications, broken down by category. You will need to submit a completed application form and updated resume to the supervisor listed on the job posting. The supervisor of the position you apply for will reach out to you directly.
New graduate assistant positions are typically posted in April for the upcoming academic year. There may be additional positions posted throughout the year, so check back regularly.
If additional graduate assistant positions are available on the webpage, feel free to apply for a different graduate assistant position you are interested in.
Yes, some graduate assistant positions can be done remotely. Beside each posting, there will be an indicator saying whether it is “remote-friendly” or not.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding financial aid/your tuition reduction.
Please contact your supervisor for any questions or concerns with your work schedule, including start and end dates.
Regis’s current policy is not to award institutional funds over the cost of tuition and fees. For example, if a student has a graduate assistantship and a tuition discount in one semester, Regis will reduce the discount, so that it does not go over the institutional charges. Students are not eligible for a refund greater than the amount of tuition. The discounted benefit will be capped at the amount of tuition for the semester the student is to receive both institutional benefits. Financial Aid will apply the graduate assistant tuition adjustment or tuition credit to your account each term.