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Graduate Assistantships are a form of employment with the university. Graduate students selected for a GA position will receive a scholarship that is applied directly to their tuition bill, as well as a stipend, which is paid to the student.
HOW TO APPLY
Students are required to apply for GA positions through ADP, Naropa's online employment application
A link to Naropa's online employment application is included in each GA position description
Be sure to attach any required documents to your online application (i.e. resume)
Students will be notified if they have been selected for a GA position.
Students can apply for an assistantship if they haven't been accepted into Naropa; however, students must be accepted and have a FAFSA before we can offer them a GA award
Students must be enrolled in at least six credit hours during any semester they may hold a GA position
Returning students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5
Receiving more than one institutional form of aid (including a GA) could affect your eligibility for, or the amounts of, other forms of aid, including scholarship awards
If you are awarded a GA and you have already requested the maximum in the Grad PLUS Loan, we will need to reduce the Grad PLUS loan to make room for the GA award
COMPLETE THE NEW HIRE PROCESS
Students who are selected for an assistantship must complete Naropa's new hire process before they can begin working in their position.
We cannot apply your GA awards to your account until the new hire process is complete
Students who are selected for an assistantship will receive new hire paperwork in their financial aid award package
Students who are hired within two years of their last date of employment (i.e. work-study or a GA position) do not need to complete new hire paperwork
GA SCHOLARSHIP & STIPEND
Students who are selected for a GA position will receive a GA scholarship that will be applied directly to their tuition bill, as well as a stipend. GA award amounts are based on the number of required hours of work each week.