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 M.Ed. in 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.
The stipend for Graduate Assistantships is $9,000 for a 10 month appointment in non-housing departments. For Graduate Assistants in Housing, the stipend is $6,000 for a 10 month appointment plus housing accommodation and meal plan. A tuition waiver covers up to 24 credit hours per year.
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:
Assistant Dean of Students
EXTENDED YEAR CONTRACT POSITIONS
August 1, 2016 – May 27, 2017
All positions are filled at this time. Please visit the Graduate School's website for other possible postings.
ACADEMIC YEAR CONTRACT POSITIONS
August 29, 2016 – April 29, 2017
12 Month Contract Position
August 1, 2016 - July 31, 2017
There are no positions at this time.
HOURLY PAID OPPORTUNITIES
(These are not graduate assistantships, but are opportunities for CSAL students without assistantships.)
Fall-Start Orientation Program | March – August
Winter-Start Orientation Program | October – December
Summer-Start Orientation Program | February
Typically, sessions run Tuesday mornings, Wednesday afternoons, and Thursday evenings. There are a few Saturday mornings throughout the year as well. Seeking a candidate that could start right away and at least commit to a year of service (through August 2017).
50 week position – 20 hours per week (more hours may be available for the fall-start program)
$10.00/hour plus free parking at GRCC.
New Student Orientation is a program designed to improve student success during the first year of college at GRCC. In addition to developing an academic plan, students learn about college expectations, how to navigate campus, and develop an understanding of campus support programs and services. A campus overview session is presenting and students break off into small groups for hands on technology and counseling sessions.
Required Skills & Experiences:
Application Requirements Due:
For more information please contact: Evan Macklin, Coordinator of Orientation, (p): 616-234-3512, (e) firstname.lastname@example.org