Graduate assistantships provide valuable experience to those seeking a profession in student affairs and higher education. Assistantships lower educational costs, provide students essential work experience, and allow students to pursue their program on a full-time basis.
Applications for graduate assistantships are separate from admission to the graduate school and registration to the HESA Grad Weekend. There is a strong possibility that candidates admitted into the program will be employed as a graduate assistant within the division of student affairs. Prospective students' applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. Earlier submission enhances an applicant's opportunities to obtain a graduate assistantship position.
Many assistantships provide tuition, a stipend and discount to the university bookstore. Those compensation packages will vary from position-to-position, please review carefully.
The following graduate assistant positions have been held by students in the HESA program. Position availability differs from year to year. Positions currently available will be indicated by a hyperlink.
- Barton School of Business: Student Experience Specialist
- Career Development
- Conduct & Community Standards
- Housing & Residence Life: Camps & Conferences
- Office of Applied & Experiential Learning
- Office of Disability Services
- Office of Student Success: Financial Wellness
- Rhatigan Student Center: Event Services
- Student Involvement: Assessment & Retention
- Student Involvement: Leadership Programs
To be considered for a graduate assistantship you will need to complete an application. Whether you would like to be considered for one or all available positions, only one application should be submitted. The planning committee will share your application with all supervisors/hiring managers based on your interest.
Your Application Requires the Following
- Cover Letter - .pdf
- Resume - .pdf
- 3 Professional References - .pdf
- Unofficial Transcript