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Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs: 

3630 University Hall
Phone: 419.530.2665
Fax: 419.530.8567
Mail Stop: 963
studentaffairs@utoledo.edu

Office of the Dean of Students:

2509 Student Union
Phone: 419.530.8852
Fax: 419.530.2021
Mail Stop 105
rocketresponse@utoledo.edu

2018 Student Affairs Graduate Assistant Recruitment Day

Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs Graduate Assistant Interview Day Website. Graduate Assistants are an integral part of our division as they perform multiple critical functions that are core to our mission and purpose. The Graduate Assistant Interview Day gives candidates the opportunity to learn more about the Division of Student Affairs, meet staff and current Graduate Assistants and interview for multiple positions within the division. 

To participate in The Division of Student Affairs Graduate Assistant Interview Day candidates must register online by February 1, 2018.

Interviews will take place at the Student Union on February 12th from 8AM - 5PM. Candidates will be emailed their interview schedule by February 7, 2018. Priority will be given to candidates of the Higher Education Masters program. Throughout the day there will be opportunities for a campus tour, lunch social, and current staff interactions to answer questions about working at the University of Toledo. There will be an optional Higher Education Student Association social the evening of February 11th.

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 Assistant positions are typically available?
Just within the Division of Student Affairs, there are a wide array of assistantships available to graduate students.  While departmental staffing structures frequently change as staffing and programmatic needs changes, here is an partial list of offices hosting Graduate Assistantship that currently or recently have existed within the Division of Student Affairs:

  • Graduate Hall Directors within the Department of Residence Life
  • Office of Multicultural Student Services
  • Student Advocacy and Support
  • Student Conduct and Community Standards
  • Counseling Services
  • Office of Recreational Services
  • Office of Student Involvement & Leadership 
  • Student Union Building Management

Questions?
Please email questions to GA@utoledo.edu.

Last Updated: 6/5/18