The Department of Construction Management has financial assistance available in the form of graduate teaching/research assistantships and students will be considered for these opportunities at the time of admission acceptance.
Graduate assistantships provide students the opportunity to combine theory and practice while offering financial assistance that includes remission of tuition and/or a stipend. Assistantships allow students to focus on academic coursework and take advantage of other professional opportunities.
Graduate Research Assistantships (GRA) and Graduate Teaching Assistantships (GTA) are available (number of positions varies from year to year).
Graduate Research Assistantships
Graduate Research Assistants (GRA) typically work with a professor on a project of importance to scholarship. As GRA positions become available, position announcements will be sent via email to all new and continuing graduate students. These announcements will include specific requirements and directions for applying to the position.
Graduate Teaching Assistantships
Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA) help in the provision of education services to undergraduates. Responsibilities may range from grading papers through leading discussions or lab sessions to complete independent teaching of a class.
Student Financial Services
The Student Financial Services web site includes information on the cost of attending CSU; a budget calculator; an overview of scholarships, grants and loans; student employment opportunities and work study; and more.
Admitted students may apply for scholarships awarded through the College of Health and Human Sciences using the CSU Scholarship Application (CSUSA). The CSUSA will be available online in RAMweb beginning December 1. The deadline is March 1 at 11 p.m. (MST). Go to RAMweb at ramweb.colostate.edu and login using your eID. From there, you can select the CSU Scholarship Application.
The advising office also distributes private scholarship notices via email to eligible students throughout the year.