These graduate assistantships are held by students in the graduate College of Education, College Student Affairs Leadership (CSAL) emphasis.
There are dual application process that are required when applying for CSAL graduate assistantships:
1. Apply for admission to the College of Education
2. Apply for CSAL Graduate Assistantships
CSAL Graduate Assistantship Requirements:
Each Graduate Assistantship requires a baccalaureate degree and admission to the College of Education M.Ed. program. Students pursue the Adult & Higher Education degree with an emphasis in College Student Affairs Leadership (CSAL). Grad assistants work 20 hours per week from around the beginning of August through May.
While the Dean of Students Office coordinates the application process, all decisions to offer Graduate Assistantships are made by the staff in each office that sponsors an assistantship. Typically, these decisions are made by April 1.
To apply for a Graduate Assistantship submit the following through the online graduate assistantship application site:
2. Names and contact information of three references; and
3. Statement of Intent. Please submit a two to three page statement which addresses the reasons you are interested in the student affairs profession and graduate study in the CSAL program. This statement should also address the skills and experience you will bring to not only a graduate assistantship but also to the academic program.
If you have any questions about the graduate assistantship application process or about the positions posted below, contact:
Director of Judicial and Special Programs
EXTENDED YEAR CONTRACT POSITIONS
July 28, 2014 through May 23, 2015
Housing and Residence Life - Assistant Living Center Director - offers pending
ACADEMIC YEAR CONTRACT POSITIONS
August 18, 2014 - April 25, 2015
Currently there are no positions available.
Please visit the Graduate Studies website for other graduate assistantship openings:
Assistant Living Center Directors are half-time, graduate assistant positions responsible for sharing and/or providing the administrative leadership of a residential area housing 200 to 700 students. The assistantship position connects the academic experience by applying classroom theoretical and research practices to daily student interactions that consist of advising, counseling, conflict mediation, supervision, training, evaluation and assessment processes. Graduate Assistants report directly to a full time, master’s level professional staff member.
Graduate Assistants have the opportunity to develop and gain skills in the competency areas of administration, advising, counseling, consultation, assessment, communication, diversity/inclusion, ethics, leadership, research, sustainability, technology, theoretical foundations, and transitions/wellness.
It is the goal of the Department of Housing and Residence Life to hire staff that is committed to increasing their knowledge, experience, appreciation, and respect for cultures, issues, and local, regional and global communities. We strive to develop a community that facilitates interaction among students, faculty and staff of diverse traditions, abilities, sexual orientations, religious and spiritual convictions, socio-economic status, and racial and ethnic origins. We strongly encourage applications from individuals who are committed to the ongoing development of intercultural understanding and awareness.
ACADEMIC YEAR POSITIONS