Residence Life & Housing is committed to providing all of our staff members with a variety of professional opportunities, while supporting their personal goals. We are very enthusiastic about the future of our department and are pleased that you are considering joining our team. Come be part of something very exciting as one of our graduate assistants!
Thank you for your interest in applying!
April, 2019 Update: the selection process for the upcoming academic year is now closed. Check back in early spring 2020 for updates!
Graduate Assistant for Campus Engagement
Our Campus Engagement GA supports department student engagement initiatives, and connects residence hall students with campus engagement initiatives. The GA also acts as a marketer, promoter, and spokesperson for those engagement initiatives.
Graduate Assistant for Community Development
Our Community Development GA supports in-hall staff and major RLH initiatives and events. The GA will be responsible for the oversight and approval of student-initiated programs, and the meet individually with students interested in planning events for their community.
Graduate Assistant for Intercultural Engagement
Our Intercultural Engagement GA supports intercultural building and department opportunities in a specific residence hall area. The GA will be expected to plan and execute training and development opportunities for RAs and student leaders.
Graduate Assistant for First-Year Student Success
Our First-Year Student Success GA supports innovative approaches to student engagement and learning through the residence hall setting. The GA will also focus on supporting students in in-hall leadership roles, such as NET captains.
Please apply through the University's Handshake system here. In your cover letter, be sure to indicate which position(s) you are interested in applying for. The priority deadline is March 8, after which interviews will be offered on a rolling basis. Message us on Handshake, or email Joe Bozzo with any questions.