Graduate Policies and Procedures Manual

2.00 Graduate Assistantships and Scholarships

Wright State University has financial assistance available for graduate students in the form of graduate assistantships, graduate tuition scholarships, graduate stipend scholarships, and student loans. Applications for assistantships and scholarships must be made directly to the academic program, department or college. Those interested in student loans should apply at the Office of Financial Aid at Wright State University. Graduate assistantships and scholarships are intended for students granted regular admission to a graduate degree program. Some scholarships may also be available to students pursuing graduate certificates who are admitted into Certificate status.  The Dean, Graduate School upon recommendation of the program and the assistantship sponsor in those cases where these differ, makes appointments for all graduate assistantships. It is noted that all graduate assistants with classroom teaching responsibilities must successfully pass a test of spoken English before signing a graduate assistantship agreement (See Section 2.27).

Graduate assistantships and scholarships are intended for students granted regular admission to a graduate degree program. The Dean, Graduate School upon recommendation of the program and the assistantship sponsor in those cases where these differ, makes appointments. It is noted that all graduate assistants with classroom teaching responsibilities must successfully pass a test of spoken English before signing a graduate assistantship agreement (See Section 2.27).