Graduate assistantships offer degree-related experience and financial support for graduate students enrolled in the SDA master's program. These experiences are often an important factor when competing for positions after graduation. In order to be eligible for an assistantship, students must be admitted to Graduate School, enroll for a minimum of six credits per quarter during the time of their assistantship and make satisfactory progress toward their master's degree during their assistantship.
Graduate Assistants are typically employed from early-September to mid-June. Admission into the graduate program does not guarantee a graduate assistantship.
The Graduate Assistantship application is contained within the SDA program application; the deadline for both is December 1 for the following year. Admitted applicants will be invited to SDA Preview Days to be held at Seattle University.
The Preview Days for the 2018-19 academic year will be held on two different dates.
Group 1: February 21-22, 2019
Group 2: February 28-March 1, 2019
Below are some of the offices that typically employ graduate assistants. For a more complete list of offices as well as position descriptions of anticipated GAships coming available the 2018-2019 academic year, please click here.
To be eligible for a Graduate Assistantship, you must be admitted to Graduate School. Please apply for both by December 1.
Please contact Jaimie Motsenbocker by email or 206-296-2525 with questions regarding the Graduate Assistantship Program.
Make sure to apply for both the SDA Master's Program and the graduate assistantship program by December 1 to be considered for a graduate assistantship for the following academic year. These applications must both be complete by the deadline in order to guarantee consideration.
If you have questions regarding your SDA Master's Program application contact Graduate Admissions at 206-220-8010, 800-426-7123, or email@example.com.
If you have questions regarding your graduate assistantship application contact Jaimie Motsenbocker by email or call 206-296-2525.