Almost all doctoral students are expected to receive full financial assistance from the department working as Instructional Assistants or Research Assistants. To apply, a completed faculty employment application form, and three letters of recommendation discussing your professional and academic background as well as your research and teaching potential. Please see below for more detailed information.
|Type of Aid||Stipend||Brief Description||Submit:||Deadline|
|Instructional Assistants (IAs)/Teaching Assistants (TAs) (only for doctoral students)||IAs receive $26,780 on a nine month contract. (Fall and Spring semesters)||Normal duties include teaching two beginning math classes each semester.||Cover letter stating your intent, Employment application form, and current vita (to the Math. Dept.)||Fall: March 1. Spring: Oct. 1|
|Research Assistants (RA)||RAs stipends depend on research grant||Duties depend on the research grant||Cover letter stating your intent, Employment application form, and current vita (to the Math. Dept.)||Fall: March 1|
|Graduate Scholarships||Awards range from $1,000 to $2,500 per semester||To encourage students to complete a master's or doctoral degree at TXState||See Graduate Scholarships for details||Fall: March 1.|
For more information and deadlines on financial support, please visit the Graduate College financial aid page.
To receive financial support from the Department of Mathematics, you must be accepted as a student by the Graduate College of the University. Upon inquiry, they will be happy to send you a catalog and admissions forms. Their website is www.gradcollege.txstate.edu, and their address is
Texas State University
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666, USA