The Division of Student Life offers a number of graduate assistantships for incoming graduate students at The University of Alabama, including those serving in the following areas and departments:

  • Greek Assembly Hall
  • Health Promotion and Wellness
  • Holistic Health and Well-being
  • Housing and Residential Communities
  • Off-Campus Resources
  • Professional Development
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Governance and CItizenship
  • University Recreation

As positions become available, updates on job descriptions and application process will be included on this page.

Graduate Assistant – Greek Assembly Hall

This position will support programs, operations and management of Greek Assembly Hall, home to our UGC and NPHC council programs, as well as general Student Life supported programs. This position will specifically be tasked with scheduling and logistics management, staff development and community engagement programs. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, but the priority deadline is May 15, 2024. Any questions about this GA position can be directed to Dr. Rosalind Moore-Miller, Assistant Vice President of Student Engagement. Select the button below to access the application.

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Graduate Assistant – Division of Student Life

This position acts to support the Division of Student Life and serves to contribute to the mission and priorities of various offices and departments within Student Life. 


  • Engage with strategic initiatives of the Division of Student Life that will guide and inform priorities and programming. 
  • Collaborate with the Division of Student Life departments to sustainably advance specific priorities of the division.  
  • Support divisional leadership in the delivery of services and programming specific to office/departmental goals. 
  • Build awareness of current and future trends in higher education to inform and guide services and programming. 
  • Support efforts that advance the mission and values of the Division of Student Life. 


  • Required: Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a graduate degree program.
  • Preferred: High quality communication skills, relationship building skills, flexible, reliable and willing to learn. 


  • Hourly salary for 20 hours per week
  • Tuition scholarship
  • Health insurance coverage opportunities (through the Student Health Center and Pharmacy) 

Select here to apply.