Graduate Assistantships (GAs)

Graduate Assistantships with Campus Recreation

Graduate Assistant Opportunities

Texas State University Campus Recreation is dedicated to providing a unique and fulfilling graduate assistant experience in a dynamic campus environment that emphasizes student development.


Aquatics and Safety - Vacant

Flag football

Intramural Sports - Filled


Fitness and Wellness - Filled

uac arch

Marketing - not available

River rafting

Outdoor Recreation - Not available


Facilities - Filled


Sport Clubs - Filled

Graduate Programs at Texas State

Texas State offers more than 100 master's, specialist, and doctoral programs. The Graduate College offers educational preparation for a broad spectrum of careers to over 4,000 graduate students.

Graduate Assistantship Information:

  • Positions average 20 hours worked per week.
  • Students are paid according to number of hours worked per pay period, and positions do not include paid vacation, sick leave, or paid university observed holidays.
  • Out-of-state students are eligible for in-state tuition when holding a GA position at Texas State University.
  • To apply: Review position description and send application information to the position's supervising staff.
  • Positions remain open until filled. 

Required Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution of higher education prior to start date.
  • Admission and enrollment in a graduate degree program at Texas State University.
  • Enrollment in nine graduate hours each long semester.
  • Maintaining a minimum 3.0 GPA as a graduate student.
  • Review job descriptions for position-specific requirements.

Compensation Information:

  • Average of $1,317.00 per month (first year).
  • Out of State tuition waiver.
  • Professional Development/Travel stipend.

Dates of Employment

  • 12 month appointment with opportunity to renew for second year. 
  • Appointment ends day of graduation in second year.
  • Successful candidates expected to start August 1, 2023. Opportunity to begin prior to, or after, this date may be negotiable with supervising staff.