Stephen F. Austin State University

Graduate Assistantship

What does the Career Services Graduate Assistant do?

The Career Services Graduate Assistant responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

What does Career Services look for in a potential Graduate Assistant?

Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Other Preferred Skills:

What are the requirements to become a Graduate Assistant?

University Qualifications:

To be eligible for an assistantship, an applicant must satisfy University, Graduate School, and departmental requirements. Graduate Assistantships are considered security sensitive positions by the University and criminal histories will be checked. The Graduate School requires the individual to have clear or provisional admission to a graduate program and must complete a minimum of nine credit hours in the fall or spring semester and three semester credit hours in a summer session. Students admitted on probation or as post-baccalaureate students are not eligible for an assistantship. Unless enrolled in the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAC) program, an Overlap Program student is not eligible for a graduate assistantship.

Department Qualifications: