Sharing your passion for communication
The department of communication offers a limited number of graduate assistantship opportunities each year. Most of these positions involve teaching in the department's core undergraduate classes, including COM 115 Fundamentals of Public Speaking and COM 209 Communication Theory. You may also be hired as a research assistant, supporting the academic pursuits of various faculty members.
Graduate assistantship positions are awarded on a competitive basis. Most assistantships are awarded late in the spring semester for the following fall semester. New teaching assistants will be required to attend a teaching assistant orientation and enroll in COM 710 Contemporary Communication Education
Other graduate assistantship opportunities may be available in other departments and offices at the University. Visit the Graduate Assistantship website for more information about openings.