College of Graduate Studies

Student Affairs Graduate Assistant Recruitment Day


Do You Know Someone Looking for a Graduate Assistantship?

Student Affairs Graduate Assistant Recruitment Day
February 10, 2017
Student Union,  Room 2592
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Are you applying to graduate school for the 2017-2018 academic school year? Do you have an interest in working in the Division of Student Affairs? Do you have a passion and desire to inspire the lives of others?  If so, consider applying for a graduate assistantship within the Division of Student Affairs at The University of Toledo!

To learn more about available graduate assistantships, please visit and register by February 1, 2017.  All applicants are required to register for the recruitment day.

What is a Graduate Assistant (GA)?
A Graduate Assistant is a graduate student holding regular admission to a degree program who maintains a 3.0 GPA and works as a Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant, Administrative Assistant or Intern for an Academic or Administrative department within the University.  Graduate Assistants work a specified number of hours per week (typically 20 hours), maintain a minimum course load (typically 12 hours/semester), and fulfill specific job requirements as set forth in their GA contract and by their supervisor. As a GA, most students receive a tuition remission/waiver (typically full-time tuition), a stipend or paycheck and an amazing work experience.

What types of graduate assistantship positions are typically available?
Within the Division of Student Affairs, there are a wide array of assistantships available to graduate students.  Graduate assistantships vary from year to year.  Please visit the website for a complete list of anticipated openings for the 2017-2018 academic year.

If I have a question, who should I contact?

If you have questions regarding the Student Affairs Graduate Assistant Recruitment Day, please contact co-chairs Daniel Boyle at or Evita Parks at

We look forward to receiving your application!

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