The University of Wyoming is consistently one of the best values in the country. Additionally, there are a variety of options for funding your COJO Graduate Program experience. One option is the COJO Graduate Teaching Assistantship. COJO GTAs teach public speaking, media writing, or persuasive argumentation.
THE APPLICATION DEADLINE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR A COJO GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP IS MARCH 1.
UPDATE (3/26/17): WE HAVE ALREADY MADE DECISIONS ABOUT ASSISTANTSHIPS FOR THE 2017-2018 ACADEMIC YEAR. I suggest contacting other academic and non-academic units across the University of Wyoming campus and inquiring with them about assistantship opportunities (see list at the end of the page).
Please email COJO Graduate Director Dr. Kristen Landreville at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the COJO GTA responsibilities and duties. You must have a complete application file to be considered. Only a few COJO GTAs are available each year, so the assistantships are very competitive.
Details about the COJO Assistantships:
Applicants may wish to investigate and pursue other forms of support such as scholarships, loans, part-time work, work-study, or service as a graduate assistant in other programs. Past students have been graduate assistants in the following areas (see list below). If you are interested in pursuing an assistantship in a particular area, please contact that unit directly.
However, just because students have received assistantships in the previously mentioned departments does not mean that assistantships are currently available. It is possible that the assistantship is only offered every other year or that the funding for the position no longer exists. Again, please contact the respective unit for more information.
In addition, a limited amount of financial assistance is available through the Office of Student Financial Aid.
• For information on costs of attendance for graduate students, visit Financing Graduate School.
• For on-campus housing (residence halls or University Apartments), visit Residence Life and Dining Services.
• For off-campus housing, visit the classified ads section of the Laramie newspaper, The Boomerang.