The application includes two components: an application and two letters of recommendation. Completed materials should be sent to email@example.com. The priority application is due January 31, 2020.
Except for applicants to the Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) program where the assistantship process is part of the program admission, the graduate assistantship process for Residential Programs and Services (RPS) is separate from the academic admissions process. To learn more about the HESA Outreach process, please visit the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University.
To be considered for an assistantship in RPS, you must be currently enrolled in a graduate program or in the process of enrolling in a graduate program at Indiana University for Fall 2020. First-year law students and first-year MBA students are not eligible for graduate assistantship positions. Preference for interviews may be given to those candidates entering the fields of graduate study in the area of Higher Education and Student Affairs or Counseling and Educational Psychology.
Please e-mail Join RPS for application and reference materials.