The Department of
Criminal Justice and Criminology has funds available in the form of
assistantships to provide financial support for graduate students. For complete
information on graduate assistantships please see:
http://www.marshall.edu/graduate/assistantships.asp. For complete
information on other financial support opportunities please see:
There are several types of Graduate Assistantships
available depending on the needs of the department, the qualifications of the graduate
student, and the resources provided by the university.
First, the department has departmental Graduate Assistantships and Graduate
Work Study Assistantships (for those who qualify for work study).
Those who have these assistantships will aid the department in projects
and class monitoring. They will assist professors with classes, assist
with the Career Fair, student organizations and
Second, the department has Research Assistantships. Those students
who are selected for Research Assistantships will assist professors and
the department with research projects such as developing and
distributing surveys, article publications, book preparation, statistical
analysis, and library research in our new library pictured here.
the department has Teaching Assistantships. Those students chosen
for Teaching Assistantships will teach an introductory class and/or substitute
for professors when they must be absent from campus on professional or
university business. They will work with a faculty supervisor and
will develop syllabi, lesson plans, lectures, group projects, tests and
other methods of evaluation.
Other Graduate Assistantships are available throughout campus, including
Student Athletics, the HELP Program, the Graduate College, the Library
and other departments. Students should contact the Graduate College
To obtain a Criminal Justice Graduate Assistantship Application
for a fill in interactive PDF form. If
you have any questions about assistantships in the Department of Criminal
Justice & Criminology,
please contact the Graduate Director.
Dr. Kimberly DeTardo-Bora, Graduate Director