This highly competitive program grants two types of work opportunities for new full-time international master's students enrolling at the University of New Haven. Our highest achieving incoming graduate students are offered a Provost's Assistantship. Students selected for a position in this program will work up to 15-20 hours per week (550 total hours per academic year) for an academic department. In return, students will receive: an experiential learning and work opportunity for the entirety of their graduate program, 75% tuition assistance and an hourly wage. There are two types of Provost's Assistantships. If students are selected for a Research Assistantship, they will aid in faculty-mentored research, conduct their own research, or conduct research for an administrative office related to the students' field of study. Students may also be selected for a Teaching Assistantship where responsibilities may include grading papers, preparing and teaching labs, and tutoring undergraduate students. Duties will vary by department. For consideration of a Provost's Assistantship, students must submit their completed application packet by the following deadlines. For the Fall semester, the Priority One deadline is March 1st and the Priority Two deadline is April 1st. For the Spring semester, the Priority One deadline is October 1st, and Priority Two deadline is November 1st.