DSA Graduate Assistant Positions

Given the financial uncertainties related to COVID-19, VCU continues to observe a limited hiring freeze for all currently unfilled VCU positions and any future openings (including graduate assistant positions). As the Division of Student Affairs receives approval for hiring graduate students, the job descriptions will be updated below with current details and application instructions. 
Continue to check back throughout Spring 2021 for more information related to graduate student opportunities for 2021-2022.

Dean of Students Office

The Dean of Students office is available to advocate for and assist students dealing with life situations that are impacting their academic and personal success at VCU. We help students with complex problems navigate resources at VCU. In addition to advocating for individual students, the Dean of Students office engages with student organizations, faculty/staff, and community partners to identify and address collective student concerns.

New Student and Family Programs (NSFP)

Helping new Rams and their families transition to Virginia Commonwealth University and connect with meaningful university engagement opportunities.

Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA)

The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) is a resource for Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) students, faculty and staff. OMSA provides diversity, inclusion, and social justice education for VCU and the surrounding area; serves as student advocates; and offers opportunities for community building and identity affirmation for underrepresented students and student organizations. 

Hiring for 2021-2022 not determined yet - please continue to check back.

Residential Life & Housing (RLH)

Residential Life & Housing at VCU provides safe, inclusive, and well-maintained facilities where we work together to build intentional communities to empower residents in their academic excellence, citizenship, and personal growth.

Student Accessibility & Educational Opportunity (SAEO)

The mission of the VCU Student Accessibility and Educational Opportunity (SAEO) Office is to assist Virginia Commonwealth University in creating a learning environment where all students have equal access to every aspect of the University's programs, services, and activities. We do this through partnerships with students, faculty, and staff to promote students' independence and to ensure the recognition of students' abilities, not disabilities.

Student Media Center (SMC)

The VCU Student Media Center (SMC), located at 817 W. Broad St., houses various media outlets (student media organizations) that are run and produced by students.

The SMC and its student media organizations offer opportunities for involvement for a variety of interests, including writing, reporting, photography, design, music, fashion, culture, comics, web, audio, video, editing and more.

Check back for available positions.

University Student Commons & Activities (USC&A)

The mission of the VCU University Student Commons and Activities is to support student development and build community through programs and services.

Health Promotion and Well-being Center (The Well)

Empowering all Rams to live a life of well-being by building transformative and health-promoting environments and experiences that support overall success.