Graduate School Assistantships & Fellowships

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A limited number of graduate assistantships, scholarships, and/or fellowships are available each academic year to eligible applicants. Applicants for all programs must have completed the application process and be officially admitted into the Graduate School at JBU. Applications must be submitted to the department for which you are applying for financial assistance by the specific deadline indicated on each application. Some of the specific scholarships, assistantships and fellowships are listed below.

For more information about fellowships and assistantships, contact the program office.



Graduate Assistantships in Athletics

The Student Development Office offers a limited number of Graduate Assistantships in the areas of Athletics.  Student Development GAs are strongly encouraged to pursue the M.A. in Higher Education. 



Graduate Business Assistantships 

The Soderquist College of Business offers a Graduate Assistantship to a qualified student pursuing a graduate degree in the College.  A qualified applicant are those who have completed the application process and requirements before the application deadline.

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Graduate Counseling Assistantships

A limited number of Graduate Assistantship (GA) positions are available within the Graduate Counseling Department (GCD) in partnership with the Center for Health Relationships (CHR). Eligible GA applicants must be enrolled as a full-time student in the GCD as a Counseling student and maintain a GPA of 3.0 within the degree program. In addition, applicants must demonstrate a strong commitment to working with couples and families, particularly in restoring relationships and marriages. Applicants must be available to work 20 hours per week at a select JBU campus or Community Counseling Clinic locations.

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Graduate Fellows in the Center for Healthy Relationships

The Center for Healthy Relationships offers two graduate fellow positions.  Graduate Fellow I is an entry level appointment for a graduate student enrolled full-time in the M.S. in Counseling degree program (Marriage and Family Therapy emphasis preferred). Graduate Fellow I works under the direct supervision of a CHR staff member. 

Graduate Fellow II is a one year position for a graduate student who has completed at least one full year in the M.S. in Counseling Program and has a minimum of 18 credit hours to be completed.  The Graduate Fellow II works under the direct supervision of the CHR staff.

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