Graduate assistantships are available through the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders for first-year students. These are awarded based upon merit and achievement to full-time students in the graduate program.

There are also graduate assistantships available in other academic departments as well.

Graduate assistants do not teach classes, but complete projects and tasks assigned by professors.

Prospective students should apply for a graduate assistantship at the time of original application to the program, using the on-line application.

Contact Us

For more information about our programs, please contact our office at (570) 422-3247.

Contact Information

Campus Address
Monroe Hall
(570) 422-3247
(570) 422-3850 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Graduate Coordinator Speech-Language Pathology
LuAnn Batson-Magnuson
(570) 422-3311