Adult Learner & Veteran Services (ALVS)

Adult Learner Programs Graduate Assistant (1 position)

Adult Learner & Veteran Services (ALVS) supports increased academic achievement and holistic development for all adult learners, including but not limited to veterans and student parents, resulting in graduation from Colorado State University (CSU) and sustainable personal and professional success. They do this through engagement and leadership opportunities, community building and resource facilitation.

The Graduate Assistant for Adult Learner Programs will function as an ALVS staff member, working directly with all professional and student staff. This individual will be responsible for conducting effective programing encompassing student outreach and retention, to include assessing program effectiveness and reporting outcomes. The Graduate Assistant will also oversee Ram Kidz Village and supervise paid and volunteer staff. This individual reports directly to the ALVS Assistant Director.

See the position description here: Graduate Assistant for Adult Learner Programs .

Check out the ALVS’ website: .

Division of Enrollment & Access

Bridge Scholars Program Graduate Assistant (1 position)

The SAHE Graduate Assistant (GA) for the Bridge Scholars Program provides mentorship, academic support, and college transitional programming to a diverse group of CSU first-year/first-generation students. The GA will help facilitate and implement university immersion experiences such as residential programming, support with academic rigors, and ongoing guidance to bridge scholars throughout summer and academic year. GA’s may be asked to assist with student outreach and recruitment, student organization advising, and program evaluation as appropriate throughout the assistantship time.

Bridge Scholars are first-generation college students from economically limited backgrounds pursuing their higher education degrees at CSU. Individuals interested in working with advocacy, access, and educational equity programs are highly encouraged to apply.

More information about the Bridge program and/ or the Division of Enrollment and Access can be found here:

Campus Activities

Campus Activities Graduate Assistant (1 position)

The Campus Activities mission is to create incredible experiences that reach all students through programming and services. The Graduate Assistant for Campus Activities provides leadership, management, and supervision for Campus Information & Box Office and the Flea Market, located in the Lory Student Center. The student staff consists of at least 20 student employees, including 3 student managers. The Lory Student Center interacts with an average of 20,000 unique individuals per day, with that number rising to more than 30,000 in the first two weeks of the fall semester.

See the position description here: Graduate Assistant for Campus Activities .

Check out the ALVS’ website: Campus Activities .

Off-Campus Life

Off-Campus Life Graduate Assistant (1 position)

The Off-Campus Life Graduate Assistant (OCL GA) is a dynamic position, providing professional development and hands-on experience in the areas of leadership, supervision, staff training and development, risk management, and event coordination. This assistantship will primarily be responsible for directly overseeing the management and development of CSU’s RamRide Program. RamRide serves as CSU’s late-night safe ride program, operating 15 vehicles Friday and Saturday nights with 2,000+ volunteers to serve 500-600 patrons per night. Additionally, RamRide supports students with transportation security 24/7, nationwide, and supports food security through food pantry deliveries. Off-Campus Life partners with the City of Fort Collins on town-gown initiatives, supports students with housing security, and supports students living in our local neighborhoods. The department works with a $900,000+ budget, 6 full-time staff, 1 GA, and approximately 15 hourly student employees.

See the position description here: Off Campus Life Graduate Assistant Description

Read more about Off-Campus Life here: Off-Campus Life, and RamRide here: RamRide

Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement (SLiCE)

Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement Graduate Assistant (1 position)

The Student Leadership, Involvement & Community Engagement (SLiCE) office offers a broad range of programs and services for Colorado State University students, faculty, staff, and the community in the areas of leadership development, involvement, community engagement, and basic needs. Through the programs at SLiCE, students can find both support and resources to graduate as engaged, active participants and leaders in their local, national, and global communities. The SLiCE office is unyieldingly committed to: Identifying & critically reflecting upon oppressive systems that perpetuate harm in order to construct & foster belonging within purposeful communities.

See the position description here: Graduate Assistant for Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement

Check out the SLiCE website for more specific offerings: SLICE – Lory Student Center ( .

University Housing

University Housing is an office within the Department of Housing & Dining Services that supports CSU’s Principles of Community: Inclusion, Integrity, Respect, Service, and Social Justice. University Housing strives to create vibrant and inclusive communities throughout students’ on campus housing experience which enhance learning, personal and social growth, and global engagement. Our goal is to provide staff with inclusive environments that foster holistic professional development and opportunities to work with students, campus partners, and guests in a variety of areas in their lives. We aim to develop learning communities where residents can thrive and be retained as successful students. Staff are expected to uphold our values of customer first service, commitment to students and staff, integrity, respect and teamwork, inclusiveness and diversity, innovation, and stewardship. Learn more about Housing & Dining Services.

Housing assistantships include a wide range of responsibilities that encompass practical developmental and administrative experience with all 10 SAHE competencies. Full job descriptions will be available during SAHE Interview Days.

Assistant Residence Director (ARD)

Multiple positions available.
The ARD position is responsible for assisting in creating a dynamic housing experience that enhances personal growth and global engagement within one residence hall or complex housing primarily first-year, traditionally aged students. This is a 10-month position.

Assistant Resident Manager (ARM)

Multiple positions available.
The ARM position is responsible for assisting in creating a dynamic housing experience that enhances personal growth and global engagement within one apartment area housing international and domestic residents; graduate and undergraduate students with families; single and partnered graduate and undergraduate students; visiting scholars; upper-division undergraduate students; and post-doctoral fellows. This is a 12-month position with a 10-month option for approved summer practicum experiences.

Supplemental Assistantship Opportunities

Chapter Graduate Advisor (CGA) – Fraternity and Sorority Life

The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life provides support and direction to over 3,000 students and over 50 chapters within the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Association, and Professional Fraternity Council. The Chapter Graduate Advisor serves as an advisor for a fraternity or sorority chapter, providing support and direction to the chapter president, executive officers, and general membership. The Chapter Graduate Advisor reports to professional staff in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Colorado State University. The Chapter Graduate Advisor Supplemental Assistantship is a 5 hour/week (on average) appointment.

See the full position description here: CGA.PositionDescription. 2022-2023