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2015-2016 Graduate Assistantship Selection Process

Welcome to the 2015-2016 Graduate Assistantship Selection Process (GASP) facilitated by the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Georgia. All students enrolled in or applying to a graduate degree program offered at the University of Georgia are eligible to apply for a graduate assistantship or graduate level employment opportunity through GASP.

The Division of Student Affairs is committed to serving as an educational laboratory for graduate students pursuing careers in Student Affairs. In line with this mission, preference may be given to applicants applying to or currently enrolled in the College of Education’s College Student Affairs Administration (CSAA) programs.

Please note: GASP is separate from the application process for admission to an academic program. In addition, positions listed are advertised for the 2015-2016 academic year, and their funding is contingent upon an approved budget.

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Expand Section Step One: Timeline

The first step in the application process is to review the selection timeline which outlines important deadlines and dates you should be aware of during the process.

Graduate Assistantship Selection Process Timeline
printable pdf of timeline

Expand Section Step Three: Application Completion

You will need to provide the following information on the application:

  • General Information
  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • If you are applying for a Housing assistantship, you will be asked for a purpose statement limited to 500 words.

You may return to the application and make changes as many times as necessary until the deadline of December 5 at 12 pm, Eastern Time.

Please contact Dominique A. Quarles, doctoral intern, at gradapps@uga.edu or 706-542-8230, if you have questions regarding the application process.

** The Office of Vice President for Student Affairs (OVPSA) coordinates only the application and interview processes for selected graduate level assistantships and employment opportunities. Applicants should address questions regarding all other aspects of employment, including but not limited to tuition remission and payroll, to the appropriate assistantship provider.