Master of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE)
One important feature of MAHE is the availability of on-campus assistantships. Every matriculated student, based on their personal area of interest, is placed in a graduate assistantship. Each assistantship is designed as an educational experience providing marketable skills as well as a stipend to help pay for tuition, books, housing, etc.
The following departments host or have recently hosted a graduate assistantship position (additional positions may be added as approved):
- Academic Enrichment Center
- Calling and Career Office
- Campbell Hall
- Community Outreach
- Gerig & Breuninger Hall
- Global Engagement
- Honors Programming
- Insitute of ELS
- Leadership Programs
- Office of Intercultural Programs
- Olson Hall
- Student Programming (TSO)
- Swallow-Robin Hall
- Women's Programming
Assistantship application process
- Read through the 2015-16 Assistantship Descriptions to see which assistantships we offer.
- Submit your Assistantship Application along with your Online Admission Application.
The enrollment committee will review assistantship applications after candidates are accepted into the program in February. Assistantship applications will also be passed on to the assistantship supervisors for review.
All accepted and matriculated students are strongly encouraged to attend Assistantship Interview Day on April 1 at Taylor University.
- The Assistantship Interview Day will allow students to interview with a variety of assistantship supervisors, as well as meet current students and faculty, and get connected with their new cohort.
- If circumstances prevent a student from attending the Assistantship Interview Day, students and supervisors must conduct an interview via videoconference or teleconference prior to April 1.
Accepted students will be given more specific details in February.