Student Affairs in Higher Education Graduate Assistant Positions Available for 2022-2023

The Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) program offers a wide variety of graduate assistantships each year. Each position has a unique compensation package with a mixture of tuition credits and stipend amounts. Please continue to check back for updates and additions to our assistantship list.

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 Marquette University Available Assistantship Descriptions 

 

Graduate Assistant for Academic Integrity

The Graduate Assistant for Academic Integrity serves in a 12-month appointment working approximately 20 hours per week and reports to the Academic Integrity Director. Marquette University is committed to developing students where integrity is an integral part of their character. This individual with will work directly with the Academic Integrity Director to manage, support, and promote the academic integrity system at Marquette University. This individual will handle correspondence regarding situations of academic misconduct as well as organizing and tracking all cases to ensure appropriate timelines are met. This individual will also contribute to new initiatives designed to promote integrity on campus.

Remuneration: 12 tuition credits (6 per semester) and a $17,100 stipend*

Full assistantship description available

Graduate Assistant for Career Services Center

The Career Services Center at Marquette University seeks one Graduate Assistant for a centralized career office serving approximately 8,500 undergraduate and 3,300 graduate and professional students, plus alumni. Upon completion of a comprehensive training program, primary responsibility is to provide career counseling and advising to students. Additional responsibilities will include presenting a variety of career programs. This role will also include other duties befitting applicant's specific areas of interest within the field of Career Services.

Remuneration: 12 tuition credits (6 per semester) and a $17,100 stipend*

 Full assistantship description available

Graduate Assistant for the Office of Engagement and Inclusion: LGBTQ+ Initiatives

The Graduate Assistant for LGBTQ+ Initiatives serves in an academic year appointment working approximately 20 hours per week and reports to the Assistant Director for LGBTQ+ Programs and Services. This individual is responsible for several on-going and short-term projects that advance the vision of the Office of Engagement and Inclusion. Additionally, as part of a team of student engagement specialists, this individual may assist in the design and implementation of peer education, leadership development, intercultural engagement, and community service programs for students, student organizations, and student governance organizations. The period of employment will extend over the course of the academic year and may possibly include times for personnel or student training and development of office initiatives prior to the start of classes and extending beyond the end of classes, as necessary. The Graduate Assistant for LGBTQ+ Initiatives is expected to undertake all responsibilities in a manner that reflects the Catholic, Jesuit mission of the University as well as the principles of student development theory.

Remuneration: 12 tuition credits (6 per semester) and a $17,100 stipend*

Full assistantship description available

Graduate Assistant for the Office of Engagement and Inclusion: Student Organizations

The Graduate Assistant for Student Organizations serves in an academic year appointment working approximately 20 hours per week and reports to the Coordinator for Student Organizations and Activities.  This individual is responsible for several on-going and short-term projects that advance the vision of the Office of Engagement and Inclusion. Additionally, as part of a team of student engagement specialists, this individual may assist in the design and implementation of peer education, leadership development, intercultural engagement, and community service programs for students and student organizations.  The period of employment will extend over the course of the academic year and may possibly include times for personnel or student training and development of office initiatives prior to the start of classes and extending beyond the end of classes, as necessary.  The Graduate Assistant for Student Organizations is expected to undertake all responsibilities in a manner that reflects the Catholic, Jesuit mission of the University as well as the principles of student development theory.  

Remuneration: 12 tuition credits (6 per semester) and a $17,100 stipend*

Full assistantship description available 

Graduate Assistant for the Office of Student Educational Services: Tutoring 

The Graduate Assistant for the Office of Student Education Services (OSES) will provide both direct service to students, as well as perform a variety of administrative duties related to the ongoing operations of the Tutoring office. This entails participating in the training of tutors, participating in the oversight of the front desk and student workers, building/space management, and engaging in all aspects of the Marquette’s tutoring program.

Remuneration: 12 tuition credits (6 per semester) and a $17,100 stipend*

Full assistantship description available

Graduate Assistant for Residence Life: Assistant Hall Director

The Assistant Hall Director (AHD) holds a part-time, live-in, ten-month appointment in the Office of Residence Life as part of the Division of Student Affairs. Assistant Hall Directors report to the respective Residence Hall Director for the building. The Assistant Hall Director will provide help with responsibilities in the areas of student development, staff development, and hall administration. Additionally, the AHD is expected to fully participate in the programs and activities of the Office of Residence Life within the Division of Student Affairs. The Assistant Hall Director works with hall staff to help students in contributing to the development and sustenance of a community characterized by respect, caring and honesty and in advancing the campus ethos through behaviors which demonstrate respect for self, respect for others, respect for property, and respect for authority.

Remuneration: 18 tuition credits (9 per semester) and a $9,000 stipend plus a private apartment, meal plan, and parking

Full assistantship description available 

Graduate Assistant for Sexual Violence Education 

The Graduate Assistant serves in an academic year appointment working approximately 20 hours per week and reports to the Coordinator for Advocacy Services and Sexual Violence Prevention and Education. This individual is responsible for working with the Coordinator, Victim Advocate, and student groups to create a comprehensive, four-year model of sexual violence prevention focused on educational opportunities and on shifting the cultural conversation about sexual violence on campus. This individual is responsible for several on-going and short-term projects that will effectively address the overall goals of sexual violence prevention, often through community development, organization, social norming conversations, and other avenues. Graduate student staff will be provided opportunities and are expected to contribute to other functional areas as determined by the Coordinator. The Graduate Assistant is expected to undertake all responsibilities in a manner that reflects the Catholic, Jesuit mission of the University as well as the ethical principles of student development theory. 

Remuneration: 12 tuition credits (6 per semester) and a $17,100 stipend*

Full assistantship description available

Graduate Assistant for Student Conduct

The Graduate Assistant is responsible for the recruitment, training, and support of Student Conduct Board volunteers. In this role, this individual will schedule board hearings and advise conduct boards on necessary processes and procedures. Additionally, the Graduate Assistant will serve as a student conduct administrator and will assist in student conduct procedures including hearing, review, and conduct database management. Graduate student staff will be provided opportunities and are expected to contribute to other functional areas as determined by the Director of Student Conduct and the priorities of the office. The Graduate Assistant is expected to undertake all responsibilities in a manner that reflects the Catholic, Jesuit mission of the University as well as the principles of student development theory. The Graduate Assistant serves in an academic year appointment working approximately 20 hours per week and reports to the Director of Student Conduct. 

Remuneration: 12 tuition credits (6 per semester) and a $17,100 stipend*

Full assistantship description available

 * Stipend amounts are subject to change. This current rate is based on this year's stipend amount. Students will be notified if a change occurs.

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University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Available Assistantship Descriptions

 

 Graduate Assistant for Fraternity and Sorority Life

The Graduate Assistant for Leadership Programs & Fraternity & Sorority Life will serve as an advisor, coach, and resource for the fraternity and sorority community at UWM. This individual will provide support for the four (4) Governing Councils (NPHC, MGC, IFC, CPH) and the 22 Chapter Leadership, as well as leadership for programs developed by the department. This includes the opportunity to directly advise student organizations; plan events and activities; participate in the development of leadership curriculum and resources; create marketing and communication materials; and facilitate trainings for the fraternity and sorority community.

Remuneration: $14 per hour, 20 hours/week and 9 tuition credits (4.5 per semester)

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Graduate Assistant for Leadership Programs and Student Organizations 

This individual will have the opportunity to plan events, manage and develop leadership program curriculum, work with student organizations to register them and help them remain in good standing, participate in the development of training curriculum and resources for student organizations, supervise undergraduate staff, create marketing and communication materials, assess current programs and initiatives, and conduct presentations for various audiences. The selected candidate will also learn about student development, student leadership, and co-curricular involvement at a large, public, urban research university. They will also connect with colleagues throughout the Division. Depending on the selected candidate’s skills/interests and Student Involvement’s needs, responsibilities may include working with a combination of the following initiatives: The Ignite Leadership Institute, The Chancellor’s Leadership Program, Strengths for Students, Leadership Springboard, COMPASS, Student Involvement Fairs, Student Excellence Awards, Involvement Ambassadors, and The 414 Newsletter.

Remuneration: $14 per hour, 20 hours/week and 9 tuition credits (4.5 per semester)

Full assistantship description available

Graduate Assistant for Residence Life: Living Learning Communities and Academic Initiatives

Come work at UW-Milwaukee in a role that focuses on supporting Living Learning Communities and Academic Initiatives within the Residence Halls. UWM is a public research university with a dual mission of access and research. In this role, you would focus on supporting the 15-20 LLCs by working with programming, large-scale initiatives, recruitment, and providing training to RAs and professionals on campus. You would oversee the Smart Panther academic initiatives series, and provide academic coaching to residential students in need. You would be a live-in member of the professional staff on-call rotation to respond to crisis situations. There are also opportunities for committee involvement and special projects based on your passion areas related to recruitment and selection, social justice, training, assessment, and orientation. We would love for you to come learn and work with us!

Remuneration: On campus apartment, partial meal plan, $900 monthly stipend, and 6 tuition credits (3 per semester)

Full assistantship description available

Graduate Assistant for Residence Life: Student Leadership and Programming

Come work at UW-Milwaukee in a role that focuses on Student Leadership and Programming within the Residence Halls. UWM is a public research university with a dual mission of access and research. In this role, you would be the advisor for the Panther Activities Committee, which hosts late-night social events every Thursday at 9:27pm. You would also help support other organizations through helping with the leadership conferences and recruitment, helping students find their fit. Related to programming, you would also help organize some of the larger Housing programming series, like Homecoming and service events. You would be a live-in member of the professional staff on-call rotation to respond to crisis situations. There are also opportunities for committee involvement and special projects based on your passion areas related to recruitment and selection, social justice, training, assessment, and orientation. We would love for you to come learn and work with us!

Remuneration: On campus apartment, a partial meal plan. $900 monthly stipend and 6 tuition credits (3 per semester)

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 Graduate Assistant for Sociocultural Programming 

Sociocultural Programming is looking for a dynamic, highly organized and self-motivated student employee who is passionate about serving the campus community by leading and developing programs that promote awareness and understanding of diverse identities, social justice and urban issues. Specifically, this individual will focus on social justice leadership development through a workshop series and develop and implement a series of events and programs over the course of the year. This includes the opportunity to partner with student organizations, campus departments, faculty, etc. The selected candidate will be expected to develop a comprehensive understanding of social justice education and leadership development, and maintain frequent contact with program participants. The selected candidate will also have the opportunity to learn a great deal about student development and co-curricular involvement at a large, public, urban research university and to connect with colleagues throughout the Division.

Remuneration: $12 per hour, 20-25 hours/week and 9 tuition credits (4.5 per semester)

Full assistantship description available