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Student Employment and Opportunities

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Undergraduate Student Employment

The Library Science Department offers student employment based on funding available through federal and state employee programs. Additional on-campus student employment is available.

 

Graduate Assistantships

Interested in becoming a graduate assistant?  On-campus positions are available in various departments, including Library Science.  Positions include paid tuition and an annual stipend of $7500, distributed in biweekly paychecks.  Graduate assistants are required to take a minimum of three graduate courses (nine credits) a semester and to work 20 hours per week in the assigned department.  A graduate assistantship is a terrific learning experience!

For more information about graduate assistantships, please contact the College of Graduate Studies.


 Scholarships & Awards

  1. Clara Dyer Coleman Scholarship
  2. Dr. Ralph Fritz Library Science Scholarship
  3. Edwin and Jeanne Miller Scholarship
  4. Linda Rose Fullenbach Memorial Scholarship
  5. Nicholas G. Stevens Memorial Scholarship In Library Science
  6. William and Mary A. Gabel Scholarship
  7. Quincy and Laura Rohrbach Award In Librarianship
  8. Annual PSLA Award
  9. John Emerick Scholarship

Please contact the Library Science and Instructional Technology Department for additional information or questions about student employment and opportunities.

Last Updated 04-14-2015 WJ