GA Positions 2017-2018
- Be admitted to the graduate school or a current student at the University of Arkansas with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA
- Be able to manage multiple projects at once and work on a deadline
- Exceptional written communication skills and the ability to tailor the tone of the messages to the targeted student population
- Proficient in social media
- Able to work both as a team member and independently
Preferred Graduate Academic Programs:
- M.Ed. or Ed.D., Higher Education (HIED)
- Ed.S., Education (EDUC)
- M.S.W., Social Work (SCWK)
- M.S., Counseling (CNSL)
- M.Ed., Adult Education (ADED)
- M.A., Communication (COMM)
** Priority will be given to candidates with a knowledge of higher education issues, previous exposure to student affairs, and commitment to the higher education and student affairs field**
Divison of Student Affairs Departments:
Provides academic cultural and social programs intended to promote inclusiveness, foster achievement and assist in the development and advancement of a diverse student body.
Provides assistance, resources, and referrals to support and retain off-campus and commuter undergraduates.
This office creates an environment for involvement, empowerment, and collaboration. It achieves this goal through student organizations, programs, and shared governance.
This office provides campus-wide professional and comprehensive medical care, mental health care, health education and health promotion.
This office assists in the development of student ethics and educates students about their rights and responsibilities as community members.
These programs are administered by the U.S. Department of Education that identifies and assists individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds (low-income and from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree) who have potential to succeed in higher education.
U of A Cares helps students with situations that could lead to distress.
Provides students with career counseling, resume reviews, mock interviews, and job search strategies.
Living on campus provides a safe, cost-effective, convenient and inclusive experience that supports academic success. Making campus your new home begins with a housing contract.