Graduate Assistantships

The Division of Student Affairs and some other administrative offices on campus hire a number of graduate students each year to serve as Graduate Assistants (GAs). Below is a list of offices which are funded to support Graduate Assistants (only some of these positions represent openings in a given academic year). Select each link for a detailed description of the positions, benefits, selection criteria, etc.  We encourage you to contact the supervisors for positions that interest you in order to learn more.

All student affairs offices with GA vacancies for 2014-15 will interview higher education program candidates who are invited to "A Day at William & Mary: Join the Tribe!" from the evening of Sunday, February 23 through the afternoon of Monday, February 24.  We hope prospective higher education candidates will make plans to come and talk with us about the opportunities available for the coming year!

  • See the known/anticipated openings for 2014-2015.  A definitive list of all 2014-2015 openings will be determined in early February, several weeks before “A Day at William & Mary”
  • Read the Division of Student Affairs Vision for Graduate Assistantships (PDF).
Possible Graduate Assistantships

Position Descriptions
Anticipated Openings
(2014-15)
Level
In the Student Affairs Division:
Campus Recreation - Facilities and Aquatics (PDF) Yes Doc or Masters
Campus Recreation - Fitness and Wellness (PDF) Yes Doc or Masters
Campus Recreation - Intramurals (PDF) No
Campus Recreation - Sport Clubs (PDF) No
Career Center - Business Careers (PDF) No
Career Center - Education Careers (PDF) Yes Masters
Career Center - Government & Non-Profit Careers (PDF) Yes Masters
Center for Student Diversity (PDF) Yes Masters
Counseling Center - Faculty/Staff Outreach (PDF) No
Dean of Students - Academic Enrichment (PDF) Yes Masters
Dean of Students - CARE Support Services (PDF) Yes (10 hours) Masters
Dean of Students - Disability Services (PDF) Yes Doc or Masters
Dean of Students - Parent & Family Programs (PDF) Yes Masters
First Year Experience - Orientation (PDF) No
Health Promotion - Student Outreach (PDF) No
Sadler & Campus Centers (PDF) No
Student Leadership Development - Fraternity & Sorority Life (PDF) No
Student Leadership Development - Leadership Programs (PDF) Yes Doc or Masters
Student Leadership Development - Programming (PDF) No

 

Outside the Student Affairs Division:

Academic Support for Athletics (PDF) Yes
Masters
Christopher Newport University Student Activities - Diversity Initiatives Yes Masters
Christopher Newport University Student Activities - Programming Yes Masters
Christopher Newport University Student Activities - Greek Life & Orientation No
Development - Student Philanthropy Programs No
Development - Information Management No
Event Coordinator - School of Education No
Reves Center for International Studies - Int'l Students & Scholars Program (PDF) No
Reves Center for International Studies - Study Abroad (PDF) No

Undergraduate Business Program - Global Initiatives (PDF)

Yes Doc or Masters

Undergraduate Business Program - Professional Leadership Programs (PDF)

Yes Doc or Masters

Questions about School of Education assistantships for graduate students enrolled in the School of Education should be directed to [[w|dsosbo, Dorothy Osborne]], Assistant Dean for Admission in the School of Education. Please direct your specific questions about all other higher education administration assistants to:

[[w|jxfisl, Jodi Fisler]]
Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs
The College of William and Mary
P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795
757-221-1236 (phone)
757-221-1240 (fax)