Philosophy has funding opportunities for Graduate Assistantships that involve either teaching or research.
Applications received by May 1, 2019 will be eligible for consideration for a Graduate Assistantship.
Since we cannot offer all students a Graduate Assistantship, we strongly encourage students who need funding to seek it from other sources. There are a number of University and Graduate School opportunities open to all graduate students. We strongly encourage all applicants and current students to review and pursue (at least) the following:
If you are a new applicant and wish to be considered for a Graduate Assistantship beginning in Fall 2019, please, in addition to completing your application to our program through EMU’s Graduate School, send the following two documents directly to the Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Kate Mehuron, by May 1, 2019:
This scholarship is set up in memory of Stephen G. Cassar for graduate students in the Philosophy program. Minimum GPA is 3.5 for consideration for this scholarship.
The Department offers support for travel to conduct research or to present at a conference; please ask your faculty mentor about this funding. Graduate students should also apply to these sources of funding for research and travel to conferences: