Loyola University Chicago

Division of Student Development

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate Assistants

2017-2018 Graduate Assistants during Orientation

A variety of Graduate Assistantships are available on an annual basis. Each assistantship provides graduate students with developmental and professional opportunities, as well as financial support (in the form of up to 18 credit hours of tuition per year plus a stipend, which varies by position). Graduate Assistants are typically hired on a 9-12 month contract, work 18 hours per week, and must be enrolled full-time each semester (9 graduate credit hours in the fall and spring).

To read testimonials from Graduate Assistants about their experiences, please click here.

How to Apply
(Extended Deadline: 5:00 PM, CST, Monday, January 26, 2018)

  • Review Graduate Assistantship Position Descriptions and identify up to five positions for which you would like to apply.
  • Complete Division of Student Development Graduate Assistant Application. You do not need a Loyola email account or ID; once you visit the link to apply, you will be able to create a new account. After you create an account, your email address will be your login id.
  • Campus Ministry and Community Service and Action, also part of the Division of Student Development, have a separate application process and timeline for two additional Graduate Assistant positions in those departments.  See the Campus Ministry & Community Service and Action website for full details, including position descriptions, application process, and application deadline.

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the application or application process, please email DSDGrads@luc.edu*:

Jack McLean
Assistant Vice President, Division of Student Development
312-915-6233

*Note that email is strongly preferred and often quicker than phone; office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm.

Prior to admission, if you have questions or need information regarding the Higher Education M.Ed. Program, including requirements, deadlines, and/or course information, please contact:

Graduate and Professional Enrollment Management
gradapp@luc.edu | 312-915-8950 | 800 Lewis Towers
Water Tower Campus, Loyola University Chicago

Prior to admission, if you have questions or need information regarding the Higher Education Ph.D. Program, including requirements, deadlines, and/or course information, please contact:

Wendy Threadgill
School of Education
wthreadgill@luc.edu | 312-915-6871 | 1129 Lewis Towers
Water Tower Campus, Loyola University Chicago

If you have any questions or concerns regarding other graduate programs at Loyola University Chicago, please consult the program's website for the appropriate contact.