Graduate Staff

A graduate assistantship with University Housing will give you the opportunity to develop strong personal and professional skills by gaining experience beyond the structured classroom. Graduate residents (GRs) are responsible for providing leadership and maintaining positive relationships among students and staff. Our GRs work with other graduate students to promote the personal growth and academic success of our students. GRs foster a supportive and challenging inclusive environment through intentional interactions and daily engagement with students and our staff team. Our assistantships provide valuable skill sets which prepare you for the future and put you on the path to success whether you plan on pursuing a career in student affairs or another career path.

Graduate Assistantships

Application Information

Applications for the 2020-2021 academic year will be available Friday, December 15, 2019. Applications are due by January 5, 2020. To apply, you must fill out an application through the Division of Student Affairs by
visiting https://studentaffairs.uga.edu/vp/administrative_page/graduate-assistantship-selection-process

Requirements, Compensation and Benefits

Requirements

University Housing seeks candidates with experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Residence hall staff experience
  • Student government experience
  • Counseling experience
  • Group work experience
  • Human relations training

Qualified individuals must be enrolled in a master's program at the University of Georgia. Doctoral students or students enrolled in professional schools (law, pharmacy, medical or veterinary) are not eligible for graduate assistantships with University Housing. Please note that the Graduate School does not allow students to hold a graduate assistantship if they are admitted provisionally. Qualified individuals must also be available for the entire academic year (fall and spring semesters) and able to participate in summer training (beginning in July) and the opening and closing of the residence halls (in August and May, respectively). We do not offer single semester assistantships. All graduate staff members are required to live on-campus in apartments provided by University Housing; pets are not permitted.

Compensation

  • Tuition waiver (student fees and parking are not included)
  • Stipend for the academic year
  • A furnished, air-conditioned on-campus apartment within an assigned residence hall (including utilities, cable, in building laundry and internet service)
  • Housing meal plan
  • Access to the University Health Center and Ramsey Center

Positions Available

GR for Residential Programs and Services
GR for Community Standards and Student Staff Development
GR for Student Leadership

If you have any questions about graduate assistantships with University Housing at the University of Georgia, please contact:

Kathryn Hall
Senior Coordinator for Staff Development
Email: kchall@uga.edu
Telephone: 706-542-8191