We are excited that you have taken the time to look at graduate assistantship opportunities in the Division of Student Affairs at Clemson University. Here you will find information relevant to applying for an assistantship. Be sure to visit the Division of Student Affairs for more information on working in Student Affairs at Clemson.
Most assistantships in the Division of Student Affairs require you to be a full-time, degree-seeking student enrolled in the Master of Education - Student Affairs program. We encourage you to investigate our program to ensure that it will meet your needs as a student. Also, please keep in mind that if you are offered a position as a Graduate Assistant, you must have been accepted and offered admission by the Graduate School. If you do not meet the standards of the Graduate School and/or the individual program in which you are interested, you may not accept a graduate assistantship.
All candidates for graduate assistantship positions must apply to the Graduate School. The DEADLINE for application is February 1, 2014.
For more information on the Master of Education - Student Affairs program, please contact: Dr. Pam Havice.
Interested students must submit applications for BOTH the Graduate School and the Graduate Assistantship Process.
Candidates will be able to indicate up to five preferences for assistantships once they have been admitted to the graduate program.
Candidates who have been admitted to the Graduate School AND completed the Graduate Assistant application prior to the application deadline will be considered for an invitation to the On-Campus Interview Days.