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Graduate Studies Assistantships

Graduate and Post-Bacc Studies offers competitive graduate assistantships to actively enrolled Agnes Scott graduate students to enhance their academic and student experience. Graduate students can apply to assist offices throughout the Agnes Scott campus. Students awarded a campus graduate assistantship receive an hourly rate for their time worked and a partial tuition waiver.

Opportunities on Campus:

Our graduate assistantships are currently full for summer 2023 and fall 2023. See below for the exciting opportunities our graduate students are participating in this academic year. Check back with us in the fall and spring semesters for any new positions.

  • SUMMIT: Inclusive Leadership Graduate Assistant
  • Graduate Admissions: Admissions Outreach Graduate Assistant
  • Psychology Department: Psychology Graduate Lab Assistant
  • Graduate Admissions and Enrollment: Admissions Outreach/Marketing Graduate Assistant
  • Biology Department: Biology Graduate Lab Assistant
  • Residence Life: Residence Life Graduate Assistant
  • Graduate Advising: Program Coordinator Graduate Assistant
  • Alumnae Office: Advancement Communications Graduate Assistant
  • Athletics Department: Athletic Communications Graduate Assistant
  • Dean of Students, Office of Student Integrity and Community Standards: Administrative Graduate Assistant
  • Chemistry Department: Chemistry Graduate Lab Assistant
  • Physics Department: Physics Graduate Lab Assistant
  • Center for Writing and Speaking: Communications Graduate Assistant

Eligibility & Requirements

  • For consideration at the time of admission, applicants must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and completed their program(s) in good standing at their previous institutions. 
  • Current graduate students must maintain good academic standing, with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • A graduate assistant may not be employed in any other position on the Agnes Scott campus nor can they hold two assistantship positions in one semester.
  • International students will have additional steps to complete to be hired as a GA.
  • GAs must enroll in a minimum of 9 attempted semester hours for each fall or spring semester of their assistantship.
    • Students completing a graduate assistantship during the summer semester must maintain a minimum of 6 credit hours.
  • Graduate Assistantship grants or employment cannot be deferred.
  • Graduate students will work with the assigned project supervisor for 10-15 hours per week for the time period indicated on the contract based on assignment. Students must work a minimum of 10 hours per week, and may not work more than 19 hours a week.

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