Each year, Bemidji State University awards a limited number of graduate assistantships to qualified students to help fund their education.
- Assistantships are financed out of the general university budget, department funds or external grants, which could affect student loan eligibility. Students seeking federal loans from the Financial Aid office for additional costs may find the total amount they can borrow reduced by the tuition assistance of their graduate assistantship.
- The School of Graduate Studies designates that six graduate credit hours per semester is a full-time load for graduate assistants. If GAs wish to receive financial aid beyond a graduate assistantship, they will need to enroll in a minimum of six graduate credits per semester. GAs are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid office directly for complete information.
You can learn more about tuition waivers and academic requirements in our complete guidelines. Students interested in becoming a graduate assistant should submit an application to the department/center of their choice.
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