Graduate assistantships at the University of West Georgia are available to graduate students in the College Student Affairs Program. The assistantship stipend for graduate assistantships with the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management is $800 per month, plus a waiver of tuition; some assistantships in Housing & Residence Life also include an on-campus apartment.

Assistantships outside the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management will still provide a tuition waiver; however, the stipend may vary. Students are responsible for mandatory fees (approximately $1000 per semester for full-time students). These will be posted as they become available.

Selected applicants will be invited to campus to interview for the Graduate Program and the Graduate Assistantships. There is not a separate application process for applying to graduate assistantships; however, your application should include a resume that is tailored for admission into the College Student Affairs program in addition to being considered for assistantships.

Students who are fully admitted to the program are guaranteed an assistantship, but preference will be given to those candidates who attend the On-Campus Interview Days. Should positions remain open after the On-Campus Interview Days, phone or Skype interviews may be conducted.

The admission application priority deadline is February 1, 2021. Applicants selected to interview for the Graduate Program and a Graduate Assistantship will be asked to attend CSA Interview Weekend in February.

Below is a list of the available graduate assistantships for 2021. Please check back regularly as this list will be updated periodically with links to position descriptions. Certain job descriptions may have more than one opening. Once you have been invited to attend Interview Days, you will receive more information on how to apply for the available positions.