The School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation provides a number of graduate and teaching assistantships each semester. Appointments are considered on the basis of academic and professional qualifications.
Appointments typically carry a stipend of approximately $3,200 and five (5) credits of tuition remission; however, some positions provide a higher stipend and more credits of tuition remission. Graduate and teaching assistants (GAs and TAs) are charged the in-state rate for tuition credits not covered by tuition remission. GAs and TAs are required to sign a contract and work 10 hours per week (or more depending on the position) for the contract period. This includes hours during the GA/TA workweek prior to the start of each semester to make up for hours during the break.
Brian Kelly, Director
James Cohen, Ph.D., Director
The principal form of financial aid for the program in Historic Preservation is graduate assistantships related to research, outreach activities and faculty support.
Donald Linebaugh, Director
Margaret McFarland, Director
The School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and The National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education anticipate three research assistantships available to doctoral students.