Graduate Assistants Needed: Apply Now!

The Division of Student Affairs at Barry University is pleased to announce the 2014-2015

Graduate Assistant Recruitment Program, taking place March 31 and April 1, 2014.

Assistantships in the Division of Student Affairs at Barry University provide graduate students with a well-rounded, professional experience wherein they will play a vital role in program implementation and policy development.  Barry University, located in the Village of Miami Shores, Florida, is an independent, coeducational, Catholic institution that fosters academic distinction in the liberal arts and professional studies within the Judeo-Christian heritage and the tradition of St. Dominic.  The Barry community is diverse, giving all members an opportunity to learn about various cultures and perspectives; students are drawn from 82 countries and all 50 states. U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges Edition consistently ranks Barry as having the highest campus diversity among all comparable schools in the South.

The following Graduate Assistantships are available for the 2014-2015 academic school year:

  • Career Services
    • Employer Relations
  • Student Advocacy Center
  • Housing and Residence Life
  • International and Multicultural Programs
  • Student Involvement
    • Orientation
  • Student union office (1 openings)

Descriptions of open GA positions and a web-based application are posted on under the Graduate Assistant Recruitment Information 2014-2015 banner.

Candidates are encouraged to submit an application to be considered for the opportunity to personally interview for multiple assistantships in one day.  A tentative schedule is as follows:

March 31: Travel Day

5:00pm Dinner with Student Affairs Staff

April 1: Interview Day

8:00am – Breakfast on campus

9:00am – Interviews begin

Housing and dinner will be provided for invitees on the evening of March 31; breakfast and lunch will be provided on April 1. Candidates must arrange their own travel. 

Due to budgetary and space constraints, not all those who submit applications will be invited to attend the Recruitment Program. Once a candidate’s web application and credentials are received, s/he will be notified of her/his status in the process. Preference will be given to those candidates who have been accepted into a graduate program of study at Barry University.

For further information, please contact:
Shaunie Wall or John Moriarty
Career Services, Student Affairs


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