Graduate Transfer Assistant Job Description

Position Description

Reporting directly to the Senior Transfer/Pathways Academic Advisor, and indirectly to the Director of Academic Advising, the Graduate Assistant (GA) will serve as a multifaceted asset to the Center for Student Academic Success.

Transfer Credit Evaluations and Advising

 Transfer Credit Evaluations/Transfer Student Initiatives

  • Assist the Senior Transfer/Pathways Academic Advisor with data entry tasks for initial transfer credit evaluations.
  • Assist the Senior Transfer/Pathways Academic Advisor with monitoring the email.  
  • Assist in scheduling transfer map meetings on behalf of the Senior Transfer/Pathways Academic Advisor with newly accepted transfer students. 
  • Assist the Senior Transfer/Pathways Academic Advisor with Transfer Student centered programming.


  • Field questions concerning academic resources and university policies by monitoring Advising email (when applicable)

CSAS Front Desk Administration

  • Work to staff front desk as needed
  • Assist with restocking of office supplies as necessary

Graduate Assistant Expectations

  • Graduate Assistant must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
  • Adhere to strict confidentiality policies (and sign confidentiality agreement) when working with students and accessing student records. 
  • Be in good academic and judicial standing with the University.

Graduate Assistant Benefits

  • Hands-on experience in working in a dynamic academic environment.
  • Approximately 8-10 hours/week at Graduate Assistant pay level (subject to change). 

Applicants should submit a Cover Letter, Resume, and the contact information for one (1) Professional Reference (please include full name, your relationship to the person, a contact number, and an active email address).

Please submit directly to Sarah Mayer at