Graduate Assistantship and Grad Hourly Positions
- Graduate Assistant – Event Management (pdf) – 2 openings
- Graduate Assistant – Ice Arena (pdf) – 1 opening
Applicants must be accepted to the University of Illinois. To receive a tuition and fee waiver, applicants must be enrolled in the College of Applied Health Sciences.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume detailing their interest and experience to:
Assistant Director, Student Development
201 E. Peabody Dr.
Champaign, IL 61820
Applicants are encouraged to submit their Graduate Assistantship application by March 31, 2013. The suggested application date for Graduate School Admission is January 15, 2013. Learn more about the RST program in the college of Applied Health Sciences.
For more information about graduate employment, contact:
Disability Accommodation for Applicants to Campus Recreation
Campus Recreation is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures. If you have any difficulty using our online system and you need an accommodation due to a disability, you may use the alternative e-mail address below to contact us about your interest in employment at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you may send your resume to email@example.com, or you can call us at (217) 333-4066.
Student Affairs Statement on Diversity
As such, we strive to create an atmosphere and institutional culture which is welcoming to all individuals, inclusive of their race, ethnicity, religion, spirituality, gender, gender identity/expression, age, sexual orientation, ability/disability, socioeconomic class, and national origin.
At Illinois, we create a welcoming environment. Therefore, we as student affairs staff:
- Enhance, develop, and maintain structures and services committed to diversity.
- Build cross-cultural relationships that bridge traditional campus boundaries.
- Respect spaces that allow for the support and development of specific identities and communities.
- Solicit feedback frequently and respond to the various needs of students and other stakeholders.
At Illinois, we contribute to the cultural education of students. Therefore, we as student affairs staff:
- Encourage students to examine their responsibilities in a multicultural society.
- Engage students in experiences that educate them about the value of their history and perspectives while inviting them to learn more about the histories and perspectives of others.
- Provide services that offer students opportunities to build relationships that cross cultural boundaries.
At Illinois, we recognize and develop our own cultural understanding. Therefore, we as student affairs staff:
- Engage in self-reflection towards a deeper sense of the perspectives and experiences of others.
- Challenge each other to engage in meaningful dialogue with colleagues and students to create a campus climate of respect and fairness.
- Provide and participate in regular professional development to enhance our abilities to serve a diverse student body.
The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer.