The graduate assistant will be trained and supervised by a senior advisor in the Academic Advising Center (AAC) The GA experience will emphasize the ACPA/NASPA competencies of Helping Skills, Collaborations and Ethics/Confidentiality.

The purpose of the position is to involve the graduate student with the undergraduate academic advising process in the College of Business Administration. The experience provides hand on training in the field of academic advising and administrative process. In addition, the experience is designed to acquaint the student with the many academic policies of the University and provide an understa…

Serve as a staff member of a Division III Sports Performance Program.

The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse has several graduate assistantship (GA) positions available in the Physical Education Teaching program. Positions include General PE, Adventure Education and Adapted Physical Education. Starting dates for the positions vary. General Physical Education, including Adventure, starts either in early June or late August. Adapted Physical Education starts in mid …

The graduate assistant in this area will be involved with the Exercise & Sports Science Anatomy and Physiology Lab. The individual will assist with various courses that have a laboratory component conducted in this facility. Applicants should have a strong A & P background and feel comfortable with sharing their knowledge of this specific content.

International Education & Engagement (IEE) is a campus and community resource focused on supporting student success by facilitating global experiences for students, faculty, staff, and the community. We strive to support and engage cross cultural understanding through programming, teaching, learning, research, partnerships, and service opportunities. Our vision is to support UWL’s commitment…

Assist with the set up, clean up, and other activities associated with classes taught in the new Cowley science building. The remainder of appointment will be to provide additional help as needed in the prep room, and/or help faculty with grading.

The OMSS Graduate Assistant will have the following responsibilities: 1) Financial Aid & Retention (50%) Under the supervision of (Financial Retention Specialist), the GA will: a. Complete ongoing financial aid training (which will include FSA Coach modules and Money Skill modules). b. Assist in maintaining the Lawton Grant D2L page. c. Conduct Lawton Grant meetings with recipients and provide …

A graduate assistant is a graduate student employee who completes various tasks under the supervision of a School Psychology or Psychology faculty or staff member.

The Assistant Advising Coordinator will work with Psychology majors under the direction of Psychology Advising Coordinator. Responsibilities include helping students plan schedules and select appropriate coursework, discuss career options, and direct them to appropriate resources within the department, college, and university. As part of this, the Assistant will also meet with students who are …

Recreation Management and Therapeutic Recreation (RMTR) graduate assistants work with faculty, staff, and department personnel in a number of capacities related to the undergraduate and graduate programs and faculty research.

The Research & Resource Center for Campus Climate (Campus Climate) envisions a campus environment where the individual and collective are committed to welcoming, including, and engaging the experiences and perspectives of all. Through fostering dialogue, respect, critical thinking, personal growth, and social action, we believe in the power of awareness, the strength of understanding, and the p…

The Research & Resource Center for Campus Climate (Campus Climate) envisions a campus environment where the individual and collective are committed to welcoming, including, and engaging the experiences and perspectives of all. Through fostering dialogue, respect, critical thinking, personal growth, and social action, we believe in the power of awareness, the strength of understanding, and the p…

The Assistant Hall Director is a member of the Professional Staff within the Office of Residence Life at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse which is in the Division of Student Affairs. The Assistant Hall Director is a graduate student in the Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education program at UW-La Crosse. The Assistant Hall Director’s primary responsibility is to assist in the o…

The Student Life Graduate Assistant works collaboratively to provide advocacy and empowerment for students in distress and work through student conduct issues. The Student Life Graduate Assistant will also get opportunities to work in partnership with Student Life staff, such as, the First Year Experience Coordinator, Violence Prevention Coordinator, and Wellness Coordinator to ensure student s…

COVE Programming coordinates leadership, involvement, and service programming, as well as student organization development opportunities. The graduate assistant in this area supervises paid, undergraduate COVE Program Advisors, which includes but is not limited to: conducting weekly staff and one-on-one meetings; assisting in the coordination and promotion of events and services; providing cons…

The Pride Center graduate student coordinates the Peer Educators, Center programming and training, outreach, advocacy, and advising Rainbow Unity and Transform. The graduate assistant in this area supervises paid, undergraduate Peer Educators, which includes but is not limited to: conducting weekly staff and one-on-one meetings; assisting in the coordination and promotion of events and services…

The advisers to this organization work closely with the student coordinators learning and working in an environment that is team oriented and learning focused. This assistantship prepares graduate assistants for Student Affairs through one-on-one mentoring and group advising, program development, implementation and evaluation, leadership training, and evaluation while working together with anot…

The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Fraternity and Sorority Community is rooted in the values that unite all of our organizations. We foster and develop friendships between members and organizations, support leadership development and involvement opportunities for all members of our community, commit to meaningful service to others, and promote and achieve academic excellence. The Fraternity …