Offering a 36 credit hour, practitioner-oriented Master of Science degree, the College Student Personnel (CSP) department prepares individuals for a career as student affairs generalists in a variety of higher education settings. The CSP graduate program, offered completely online and/or on campus, is committed to the growth and development of students by combining academic preparation, mentorship, and field experience in student affairs. Through its freshman course offerings (CSP 1013 and TECH 1001), the CSP department works to assist entering college students make successful transitions to the college environment.
- Teaching 1-2 sections of CSP 1013 or TECH 1001 per semester (excluding summer sessions)
- Including: appropriate planning to ensure a successful learning experience for the students, creative application of content, adherence to rules/regulations and expectations from the department and Coordinator, maintain all grades and attendance records effectively, demonstrate respect and proper authority in the classroom at all times, attend all meetings required by the Coordinator or University
- Providing administrative office support
- Providing CSP faculty assistance/support
- Maintain and track weekly office hours
- Communicate effectively with office staff/faculty
- Maintain a professional attitude/persona at all times in the office and with students
- Including: appropriate attire, demonstrating respect, professional use of time and office/classroom equipment
*Only CSP majors are considered for these positions
How to Apply
1. Complete online GA application. (If applying for multiple positions, please submit only one. One works for all!)
2. Email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monthly stipend divided over a 9 month contract
18 graduate credit hour waiver per academic year