Student Affairs Insight Days: Graduate Assistantship (GA) Vacancies

Graduate Assistantships (GAs) provide masters students in Student Affairs an opportunity to work alongside professionals in our field, build skills in hands-on administration, and strengthen their resumes for the job search upon graduation. On a practical level, Graduate Assistantships also provide amenities such as a stipend and tuition remission to help defray the costs of graduate education. GA positions are not required for enrollment in our program, however most of our current students serve in GAs throughout the two years of their enrollment (if they are not already employed full-time by the university).

Please note that a GA offer does not guarantee admission to the Student Affairs master’s program; and admission to the Student Affairs master’s program does not guarantee a GA appointment. Prospective students are responsible for securing their GAs.

Insight Days gives prospective Student Affairs master’s students an advantage in the GA search process by providing a single opportunity for you to meet and interview with several campus offices seeking GAs with skills related to student services.

(last updated 1/13/2016)

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