Opportunities for College Student Personnel students

The College Student Personnel Program offers students more than just classroom learning. Students in the department have access to a wide variety of opportunities and activities to develop the skills they're learning in their courses, fieldwork and research.

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What are graduate assistantships?

A variety of assistantship opportunities are available for students who are enrolled in the College Student Personnel program. Recipients receive an annual stipend and tuition credits. Graduate assistantships (which are paid)  and Internships (which are generally unpaid) provide vital learning environments for students who are studying full-time in the program and working part-time. The College Student Personnel and Higher Education Administration programs have a close working relationship with the UD Division of Student Development and other units offering graduate assistantships.

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How do I apply for a graduate assistantship?

Click here to learn more about the application process for the School of Education and Health Sciences, Department of Religious Studies and Campus Ministry, and Student Development.

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Where can I study abroad?

Students in the College Student Personnel program can participate in an optional study abroad course in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This opportunity enables students to learn about another culture by visiting schools, agencies, and neighborhoods in another country. View pictures from previous trips >>

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Which regional and national organizations can I join?