Graduate Associate Positions
Graduate Associates (GAs) play a key role in the teaching, research, and learning goals in the College of Education and Human Ecology.
While your focus as a graduate student is to earn a graduate degree, GA positions provide opportunities to gain instructional, research, and/or administrative experience to complement academic coursework and provide financial support. GAs are assigned a faculty or staff supervisor and have access to a graduate associate manager who guides professional development.
The College of Education and Human Ecology offers three types of GA positions:
- Graduate Research Associates (GRA)
- Graduate Teaching Associates (GTA)
- Graduate Administrative Associates (GAA)
If you are interested in becoming a GA, carefully review the requirements and application procedure below.
If you have any questions regarding the GA experience or application process, please contact the GA Manager.
Requirements and Procedures
Note: The policies and guidelines included on this website are subject to change as the College of Education and Human Ecology deems appropriate and necessary.