Click on the Unit to view the Graduate Assistantship (GA) job description.
*You MUST complete APPLICATION with this office. Once you have completed your application you may contact the supervisor directly for position inquiries.
*University Library GAs are usually 1/4 time or .25 (10 hours/week) and 1/2 time or .50 (20 hours/week).
|Elizabeth Wickes||August 2016|
|Center for Global Studies||GA||33%||Steve Witt||August 2016|
|Law Library||Law Library GA||50%||Professor Michelle Hook Dewey||August 2016|
TAXATION OF TUITION WAIVERS
Tuition and service fee waivers for a Pre-Professional Graduate Assistants (PGA) are considered taxable income unless exempt under a specific Section of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). The University has a 127 plan, which is an educational assistance program that exempts the first $5,250 (per calendar year) of the tuition and service fee waivers as allowed by IRC Section 127. Cumulative Pre-Professional Graduate Assistant (PGA) tuition and service waivers in a calendar year exceeding $5,250 are considered taxable benefits. Therefore, your wages will have additional withholding for any value above the $5,250 limit. The value of the tuition and service fee waiver that exceeds $5,250 will have an estimated tax withholding of 30% to 36%. The tax withholding may result in your monthly paycheck or paychecks throughout the semester being significantly reduced possibility up to the point where you have no take-home pay. This will depend on the value of your tuition and service fee waiver and the pay you receive for the services you perform for the University.
First priority for graduate assistantships in the University Library is given to students enrolled in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science.
If the position that you have applied to is no longer posted, this means the unit is no longer accepting applications.
Each lists GAs and Grad Hourly, and the latter also lists student hourly positions on and off campus. Good luck!