Admitted graduate students pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree in any of the four programs within the department, which include Art Education, Art Therapy, Arts Administration, and Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Curation (EC), are eligible to apply for an assistantship. Assistantships are competitive and the number of funded positions vary from year to year. Assistantships supply graduate students with a tuition waiver and stipend. The department offers two different types of assistantships to incoming students:
GAs may receive a position in the following areas: Art & Design Library in William Johnston Building, social media team, Opening Nights Mural Project, departmental newsletter, or personal research assistant to a Professor.
TAs are degree-seeking graduate students with a related master’s degree. TAs perform primary teaching duties as the Instructor of Record (IOR). These assistantships are only offered to PhD candidates with previous teaching experience.
Prospective Students – Completed assistantship applications are due by fall enrollment deadlines. Assistantship applications for prospective students should be completed in the SLATE application system.
Current Students – Applications for current students should be sent via email to the director of your program.
Below is information on distinguished scholarships, assistantships, fellowships, and university financial aid available to Department of Art Education students. All U.S. students are encouraged to submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) regardless of their income. International Students from select countries should consider applying for the Linkage Institutes’ Out-of-State Tuition Exemption. Please note: You may need to take the GRE to qualify for certain funding sources.
This is a state-wide program administered through the Florida Education Fund (FEF). Applications are available on the FEF website.
For more information regarding FSU application procedures, contact The Graduate School.
Florida Education Fund
201 E. Kennedy Blvd., Ste. 1525
Tampa, FL 33602
AAUW Educational Foundation
1111 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
For more information, contact the FSU Center for Leadership & Social Change.
More information about the LAC scholarship is available here. For questions, please contact: Tori Cole: email@example.com or (850) 644-2147