A Graduate Assistantship gives you the unique experience of gaining valuable professional skills while benefiting from a financial aid opportunity. As a graduate assistant, you'll work as a tutor or in an entry-level capacity in one of the many departments at Regis including Admission, Student Affairs, Health Services, the Young School of Nursing, the Autism Center or Regis Online, to name a few.
Graduate Assistantships are available to graduate students who are enrolled in a minimum of six credits within their graduate program and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Two Graduate Assistant (GA) levels are available:
Additional responsibilities of G.A. positions include being a contributor to the Graduate and Professional Student Affairs Team, serving as a student representative, and sharing your academic and professional experiences within your program of study. Your contributions will account for about one hour of your work schedule per month. Our virtual and on-campus events include student orientations, career workshops, celebratory events, social media posts introducing various students and other student engagement programming.