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Graduate Assistant Job Openings

Mount St. Mary's University accepts part-time Graduate Assistantship (GA) applications throughout the academic year from those seeking to enroll in a graduate degree program at the Mount. A graduate assistantship is a salaried employment opportunity for Mount graduate students which provides paid work experiences in their field of study and allows them to expand and/or apply their discipline knowledge and skills under supervision.

The graduate assistantship application may be completed prior to enrolling in the graduate degree program. Applicants must be admitted into a graduate degree program at the Mount prior to the University offering a graduate assistant position to an applicant.

There are many graduate assistantships offered throughout the University. Positions offer an opportunity to work with faculty and administrative departments. While most Graduate Assistantships are offered a renewable one-year appointment, working 20 hours per week from August – May, there are a few appointments scheduled 15 hours per week from July - June.

Compensation of Graduate Assistants consist of tuition remission and an annual stipend of $6,000. Tuition remission is for graduate courses and is limited to seven courses per academic year. Housing for Graduate Assistants is limited and therefore not guaranteed. Housing costs are not covered by the assistantship. Please check the Graduate Assistant Handbook (.pdf) for more information.

Submit Your Application

For more information about the graduate assistantship program or available positions, please contact the Office of the Provost at 301-447-5526.

Student Work-Study

Work-study is a federal financial aid program in which students may work part-time for an hourly wage on the Mount's campus. Students must be awarded federal financial aid through the FAFSA program.

Students are encouraged to apply over the summer and may apply to multiple jobs to increase your chances of securing one (1) campus job before August 17. Having a federal work-study award does not guarantee you a job on campus. You will need to apply, interview and be selected as you would in any job. All Work-Study opportunities are listed below for your reference. For eligibility information or questions please contact the Financial Aid Office.


Student Non-Work Study Job Openings

Students who do not qualify for work-study may still work part-time for an hourly wage on the Mount St. Mary's University campus if positions are available. Students awarded work study may also apply for these jobs.  Please note: Some non-work study positions may request a separate application as noted on the job posting. 

Summer Employment

The Mount offers a limited number of summer jobs.. To learn more about summer employment opportunities, please contact Human Resources. All summer employment is based on job availability.

Learn More About Summer Employment

Applicants may choose to learn more about the Campus Security Act, which contains the annual compilation of criminal incidents charged or alleged on campus grounds. Written copies of the report may be requested from Public Safety.

Contact Human Resources at 301-447-5372