All students who are enrolled in the M.Sc., M.A. and Ph.D. Clinical Psychology program are considered for graduate assistantships. The allocation of the graduate assistantships is made by the departmental Graduate Studies Committee. Master's and Ph.D. graduate assistantships are awarded for the months of September through to April, inclusive. Only Master's Year 1 and 2 students are eligible for Master's graduate assistantships. Only Ph.D. Year 1, 2, and 3 students are eligible for Ph.D. graduate assistantships. Students who receive a graduate assistantship are normally assigned to a Psychology faculty member to undertake graduate assistantship duties for 10 hours per week between the months of September through to April, inclusive.
Students are very strongly encouraged to apply for scholarships. These include, but are not limited to, the Ontario Graduate Scholarships, the SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarships - Master's, the SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships, and the NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships.
For more information about graduate assistantships within the program, please contact Ms. Sheila Delin, the Psychology Graduate Administrative Assistant. For more general information about graduate assistantships and information about scholarships, please contact Ms. Laurie Hill at the Office of Graduate Studies, 343-8099.