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2021-22 GHD/GA Application

Thank you for your interest in the Graduate Assistant/Graduate Hall Director opportunities with the Office of Residence Life and Housing. 
 
Applicant Instructions
  • Applicants should use one application for ALL positions that you are interested in applying for and answer each question, in full, for each position you are applying for. 
  • If you have issues with this application, email Dr. Zach Blackmon at blackmzr@wfu.edu
Expectations and Requirements
  • GAs are considered to be student employees and are not provided with the benefits of a professional staff member. 
  • GAs must be enrolled as a full-time graduate student in one of the approved WFU Graduate programs and/or Professional schools
  • GAs must maintain a 2.5 GPA while employed by Residence Life and Housing.
  • GAs must maintain good academic and disciplinary standing with the University throughout the duration of employment. Good standing includes no active sanctions or disciplinary probation with Housing and Residence Life, the Dean of Students Office, or Graduate and Professional School programs.
  • Hours are not to exceed 29 per week. 
  
Division of Campus Life Statement on Diversity and Inclusion 

Wake Forest embraces the value of each individual and rejects any form of bigotry, discrimination or hatred directed against members of our institution. We seek to cultivate an environment which fosters the inclusion and engagement of everyone, regardless of individual differences.  Embracing diversity of thought will remain a priority in the strategic principles of the collegiate university, for doing so is instrumental to our University’s ability to maintain a competitive advantage. Learn more

RL&H Mission
The Office of Residence Life and Housing fosters secure, comfortable, inclusive, and engaging learning communities which prepare students to lead lives of meaning and purpose.
 
Outcomes
As members of vibrant and diverse residential learning communities, Wake Forest students will:

  • Find an authentic sense of belonging
  • Successfully navigate citizenship within diverse communities
  • Develop the skills, knowledge, and perspective to maintain a healthy, balanced life.
  • Exhibit responsibility for self, others, property, and the environment.