- Admissions Process
- Criteria for Admissions
- Financial Assistance
- ETST Graduate Course List
- Performance Standards
- Grad. Advisory Committee
- Requirement for M.A. Degree
- ETST M.A. Checklist
Graduate Teaching Assistantship
Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA) are limited in number and are awarded to the most qualified applicants. Actual funding from year to year depends upon the availability of funds. These positions pay a monthly stipend and cover resident or non-resident tuition for first-year GTA and resident tuition for second year GTA. It is assumed that first-year graduate students who are awarded a GTA position will establish Colorado residency by the beginning of their second year in the program. Assistantships generally constitute a half-time workload which, is 20 hours or quarter time which is 10 hours per week. Teaching assistantships will be awarded by Graduate Students Committee. Students considering applying for a GTA position should complete their application by February 15 and send it to the Ethnic Studies Department, Chair of the Graduate Student Committee.
Other Financial Opportunity
For those with experience we offer an opportunity to teach a stand-alone class when available.
Fellowships, Scholarships, Loans, and Grants
The University offers assistance in locating Graduate Funding Opportunities for new and continuing students. The opportunities include CSU funding, non-CSU funding, loans, student employment, and access to a national database of funding opportunities.