Athletics Graduate Assistant


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:

  • 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


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.

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