Athletics Graduate Assistant

Overview

We have several openings for Athletics graduate assistants. Reporting lines vary depending on sport or assignment; most GAs will report to a coach, athletic trainer, or facilities manager.

Specific opportunities vary from year to year, but in general we recruit GAs for the following areas:

Coaching:
  • Men’s and Women’s Basketball Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Men’s and Women’s Soccer
  • Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Football
  • Softball
  • Women’s Volleyball
  • Men’s & Women’s X-Country/Track & Field

Athletic Training

Details

All athletics graduate assistants are 20 hours/week. The student is enrolled as a part-time graduate student with a maximum of 18 credits per academic year. The GA cannot take more than 9 credit hours per semester.

If the GA enrolls in >9 hours/semester, they are considered full-time students and cannot work as a GA for that semester. This applies primarily to education, counseling, and school psychology students who may be doing their semester of student teaching or full-time internships.

Benefits: Full tuition and small stipend.

For more information and to find out which sports are seeking Graduate Assistants this year, please contact Paul Vecchio, Director of Athletics.

All Student Affairs graduate assistants are expected to coordinate expectations and schedules with academic faculty and employers (if applicable).