The University of Dayton is made up of a community of scholars dedicated to transformative education. Hence they are pleased to announce the Graduate Assistantship to building learning communities through critical reflection. To be considered for the GA, eligible candidates must be accepted to one of the School of Education & Health Sciences graduate/doctoral degree programs.Purpose of the University is a diverse community committed, in the Marianist tradition, to educating the whole person and linking learning and scholarship with leadership and service.Graduate assistants are employed between 10 and 20 hours per week. Tuition remission and a paid stipend will be awarded for the nine-month academic year.
The University of Dayton is a top-tier Catholic research university founded by the Marianists (Society of Mary) in 1850. The University of Dayton is made up of a community of scholars dedicated to transformative education.
Applicants must be accepted to one of the School of Education & Health Sciences graduate/doctoral degree programs and must be enrolled full time upon accepting an assistantship.
How to Apply:
Interested candidate, complete the following to apply for an assistantship:
- Submit a current resume including your program of study, expected date of graduation, relevant experience, previous or current leadership roles, research experience and technology proficiencies.
- Submit a 1-2 page statement about why you want to be a graduate assistant in the School of Education and Health Sciences. Be certain to identify areas of strength that would complement or enhance your involvement in the School of Education and Health Sciences.
Submit documents electronically to Gina Seiter -gseiter1-at-udayton.edu.
Financial Aid and Award Money:
- Graduate Assistantships (GAs) are competitive and limited. Assistantships can be awarded within any of the following School of Education and Health Sciences departments:
- Counselor Education & Human Services
- Dean’s Office
- Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Educational Leadership
- Heath & Sports Science
- D. in Educational Leadership
- Teacher Education
- Graduate Assistants are employed to work between ten (10) and twenty (20) hours per week on the University of Dayton’s campus located at 300 College Park in Dayton, Ohio. Most positions are for research assistants, although a very limited number of teaching assistants is needed.
- Tuition remission and a paid stipend are awarded for the nine-month academic year.
- Candidates may apply each year for an assistantship between December 1 and January 31.
- Standard GA contracts are valid beginning August 16 through May 15.
Link for More Information: https://www.udayton.edu/education/departments_and_programs/other_programs/gaprogram/index.php
If you have any query about assistantship, contact: Gina Seiter, 937-229-3103, gseiter1-at-udayton.edu