Graduate Assistant Program
The Graduate Assistant Program within the Division of Student Affairs exists to provide practical application in the field of higher education. In the last 3 years Higher Education Master’s graduates who worked as graduate assistants in Student Affairs had a 83% Higher Education placement rate within 3 months of graduation. UNT Student Affairs has over 50 GA positions available for graduate students, which allows for a diverse set of options and experiences while working towards a degree.
How GAs support the Division
Provide support for Division programs and services
Provide varied perspective on student engagement and student learning
Provide entrenchment to the UNT experience
How the Division supports GAs
Provide training to increase effectiveness and productivity
Provide professional development opportunities for GAs to gain valuable experience within their field of study
Provide positive learning and work environment through supervision, competitive compensation, and mentoring
Graduate Assistant Resources
- Expectations Worksheet
- GA Manual 2017
- GA Orientation Powerpoint
- GA Payscale Chart
- Learning Outcomes for GA Positions
Seeking More Information?
Visit Graduate Student Support from the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Division of Student Affairs, Graduate Assistant Program Advisor - Melissa McGuire, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org