Loyola University Chicago

Campus Ministry

Division of Student Development

Graduate Assistants

The Department of Campus Ministry (Lakeshore Campus) and the Office of Community Service and Action at Loyola University Chicago are seeking Graduate Assistants for 2017-2018 academic year. The following positions are available:

  • Campus Ministry Retreats Graduate Assistant
  • Community Service and Action Graduate Assistant

Questions can be directed to Lauren Schwer.

Priority Application Deadline: 9:00 a.m., February 20, 2017

Apply now by clicking here.

Graduate Assistantships in Campus Ministry and Community Service and Action are for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year, the period from August 1, 2017, through May 15, 2018.

An assistantship consists of working in Campus Ministry or Community Service and Action (Division of Student Development) for no more than 18 hours per week. As compensation for services and time commitments, a graduate assistant will receive a stipend in the amount of $15,000, pre-tax, for the academic year. The stipend is paid on a monthly basis in the nine-month period from September through May, with applicable federal and state taxes being withheld.

A Graduate Assistant position also includes up to $18,594 in a tuition waiver that provides tuition up to 18 credit hours of courses provided they are taken as part of a Loyola degree program during the 2017-2018 academic year. The tuition waiver may be applied to credit hours in the 2017 Fall semester, 2018 Spring semester, or, with permission, credit hours in the first Summer Session 2018. The tuition waiver will be paid provided the GA maintains satisfactory academic performance.

About Campus Ministry and Community Service and Action

Common Vision Statement

We envision graduates whose mature faith and commitment to the common good shape a world of justice and peace.

Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry welcomes all students, faculty and staff to the Loyola community. As part of a Jesuit, Catholic University -- Campus Ministry values faith and spirituality as essential components of education. Students are invited to celebrate their faith and discover its depth and richness by connecting with others, engaging in service opportunities and growing in spirituality.

Community Service and Action

The mission of the office for Community Service and Action is to serve the diverse Loyola and local communities by fostering mutually beneficial partnerships designed to support the neighbors in need. We aim to build the greater good by combining our gifts and talents to create the change we seek.