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Graduate Assistantships and Tutoring Assistantships

The department offers highly-competitive Graduate Assistantships and Tutoring Assistantships to graduate students, which provide tuition waivers and a stipend. Graduate Assistants perform a variety of duties, including tutoring and teaching assistance for statistics courses, supporting undergraduate and graduate program events and activities, and providing research assistance. Tutoring Assistants serve as tutors for statistics and research methods courses, as well as provide other curricular support. Graduate Assistants work 10 hours per week and Tutoring Assistants work 5 hours per week during normal business hours at the DePaul University Lincoln Park campus. The work calendar runs from early September until Thanksgiving and from early January until early June, with a one-week spring break in late March.

For additional information, please contact the Director of Sociology Graduate Studies.

The Sociology Graduate Studies Program invites applications for two Graduate Assistant positions for the academic year 2018-2019 for autumn, winter, and spring quarters.  Please see attached the GA Duties and Responsibilities Updated June 2018.pdf and the Graduate Assistantship Application Academic Year 2018-19.pdf. The benefits include, if you qualify, a waiver for approximately six graduate courses and a modest stipend. First year and second year graduate students can apply. Please note that the deadline for applications is Friday, July 13th, 2018. Please submit application electronically to pharrin3@depaul.edu, with subject line GA Application Academic Year 2018-19, as soon as possible. Please keep in mind that these positions are highly competitive and a background in statistics, methods, and SPSS is required. ​If you have any questions, contact Portia Harrington, Department Assistant in the Department of Sociology, at pharrin3@depaul.edu.