Applicants to the graduate program may apply for a graduate assistantship, which includes a complete tuition waiver and a monthly stipend; additionally, if you purchase health insurance through the University, your costs will be reimbursed.
Graduate assistants typically teach one introductory language course, assist in the computer or audio laboratories, or serve as research assistants.
Feel free to contact the graduate secretary if you have any questions:
Graduate assistantships in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures provide a stipend of approximately $7,200 per year and a tuition waiver (but not a fee waiver) in exchange for a teaching or research assignment. The department offers some travel support for a semester of study abroad. Other scholarship opportunities are available through the College of Arts and Sciences and the University.