Graduate Assistantship

Graduate Assistantship

Looking to get more involved in the Clinical Psychology Program and receive financial assistance as well? The Graduate Assistantship is an excellent opportunity for students who have a genuine interest in the goals of the Program and want to assist in the administration of the Program.

We offer one assistantship each year, in exchange for 18 graduate credits in tuition remission and an hourly wage. We select our Graduate Assistant based on overall strength of the applicant’s admission application and commitment to the Program. Final decision is at the discretion of the Program Director.

How do you apply?

Contact Lauren Richter at to apply.

Who is eligible?

If you are interested in the Clinical Psychology Graduate Assistantship, you must be an accepted, full-time student at Saint Michael’s. Given the demands of full-time study and an assistantship, the Graduate Assistant position is considered only for those students who are not employed elsewhere.

What are the hours?

15 hours per week for one academic year. Please note that this is not a teaching position, though students may have the opportunity to guest lecture under the supervision of faculty.

When is the deadline?

Review of applications for the assistantship will begin May 1. Interested students should apply for the assistantship as soon as they submit their program application materials. Review of assistantship applications may continue until the position is filled.

Want to know more?

For more information, please contact Lauren Richter, Clinical Psychology Program Assistant:

Lauren Richter, Program Assistant
Saint Edmund’s Hall 137, Box 288