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Do not send your application materials to the ULM Graduate School.
Last Updated 8/31/22

Spring 2023 Positions

ULM Department of Internal Audit |  Internal Audit Graduate Research Assistant
Under the supervision of the Director of Internal Audit, the graduate assistant will assist in the performance of financial, internal control, compliance, and information systems/information technology (IS/IT) audits of university processes to ensure the proper accountability of public funds and adequacy of internal controls.

Individuals seeking this position should be organized, observant, and detail oriented.  The individual must be comfortable with or willing to learn basic accounting knowledge as well as possess an ability to follow instructions carefully and with sound judgment.  Computerized spreadsheet and word processing competency is required, along with problem-solving skills. The student must be able to demonstrate efficiency and time management skills.  Flexibility and ability to change focus quickly is important.

Applicants will apply by submitting the Graduate Assistant Application and 3 GA Recommendation Forms to  

Library Administration | The ULM Library has an opening for an Administrative Graduate Assistant to work in Library Administration. Duties include but may not be limited to: answering telephones, acting as receptionist when greeting guests/patrons, giving directional assistance to patrons, filing and maintenance of records. This GA will perform all duties assigned by the Director of the Library. Abide by policies of the department. Practice discretion and confidentiality when necessary. Assist the Director of the Library with special projects.  The right candidate will present themselves in a professional manner, in both conduct and dress.  ust be dependable in attendance and notify supervisor when absence is necessary. Position will report to the Director of the Library. Contact Lisa Hollis at, 318-342-1064 OR Charles Hughes, Director of the Library,, 318-342-3051.

ULM Athletics | Ticket Office is hiring a Graduate Assistant for the ULM Ticket Office beginning in the Spring of 2023. The applicant chosen must have strong oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, and ability to handle multiple tasks and details effectively, the ability to effectively interact with a wide variety of constituencies, and proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Job responsibilities (include but are not limited to the following: 1.)assist the Director of Ticket Operations and Assistant Manager of Ticket Sales and Services in day-to-day Ticket Office operations; 2.) providing exceptional customer service to customers, university staff, and vendors; 3.) communicating with Ticket Office staff, ULM Scouts, and customers via email, GroupMe, text message, or phone calls; 4.) interacting with ULM fans and season ticket holders over the phone, electronically; 5.) assisting with game-day ticketing operations (football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, baseball, volleyball) and the oversight of the ULM Scouts during the games; 6.) adhere to established NCAA, Sun Belt Conference, University of Louisiana at Monroe, and University of Louisiana System rules and regulations.  Send a your application packet by email to

ULM Career Development  | Employer Relations Graduate Assistant 
The Employer Relations Graduate Assistant will report to the Director of Career Development and assist them in creating and implementing an Employer Relations program for the university. They will also assist other staff persons as needed.  They will help supervise the student workers on an as needed basis to ensure an efficient work environment.  Duties and Responsibilities:

Applicants will apply by submitting the Graduate Assistant Application, 3 GA Recommendation Forms, to  Business, MBA, marketing, higher education administration or communications students preferred.

ULM Post Office / Copy Center is hiring a Graduate Assistant who will have a clean driving record, a driver’s license, and be familiar with ULM’s campus.  Duties include picking up ULM’s mail and packages M-Friday at 7:30 a.m. from the main post office on Old Sterlington Rd / assisting with day to day duties at the Post Office / delivering mail to ULM offices and Residence Halls / managing the mail room customer service window which includes receiving orders for the Copy Center /  retrieving mail and packages for customers / handling mail to be metered and any other special projects which may arise.  Applicant needs to have mornings free if at all possible. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Tommy Walpole at

ULM Athletics | Athletics Marketing and Fan Engagement 
The Athletics Marketing and Fan Engagement Graduate Assistant is responsible for assisting in developing marketing plans, producing game scripts, running in-game promotions, and serving as a public address announcer for non-revenue sports. Under the supervision of the Associate Athletic Director of Internal Operations, this position also assists in game-day event set-up and breakdown for all sports and assists with special events as needed. Other duties include assisting with any day-to-day tasks, including training interns and student workers. Candidates for this position will have the opportunity to gain experience in game-day management, promotions, and operation of related equipment. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Michael Gammon, Associate Athletic Director of Internal Operations – Applications are accepted until this position is filled.

ULM Athletics | Athletics Equipment Operations
The Athletics Equipment Operations Graduate Assistant is responsible for assisting with the daily operation of the equipment room for ULM Football. Under the supervision of the Director of Athletic Equipment, this role assists in receiving, distribution, inventory, and maintenance of athletic equipment and apparel. This position requires a strong, working knowledge and understanding of NCAA, Sun Belt Conference, and institutional rules and regulations. This position assists in the ordering and distribution of equipment and uniforms, assists in practice and game laundry, and helps maintain inventory on all apparel, footwear, and accessory items for assigned teams. Other duties include scheduling student workers as needed, providing gameday operations and facility support for home game days, and other duties as assigned. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Alex Lanham, Director of Athletic Equipment – Applications are accepted until the position is filled.

ULM Athletics | Women’s Golf
The ULM Women’s Golf Graduate Assistant must have a strong background in golf with strong communication, organizational, and supervisory skills, with the ability to show mature and responsible leadership and work well in a team environment. Under the supervision of the Head Women’s Golf Coach, this position requires an understanding of the mechanics of the golf swing, drills, course management, and the basic rules of golf. This position must be efficient in multi-tasking, time management, and organizational skills. Other duties include assisting in the maintenance of golf facilities, scheduling practices, recruiting, fundraising, and managing social media accounts. Prior NCAA playing and/or coaching experience is preferred. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Rachel Pollock, Head Women’s Golf Coach – Applications are accepted until this position is filled.

ULM Athletics | Track & Field is looking to hire a graduate assistant to the full-time coaching staff in all areas of program operations including practices, competitions, recruiting, academic monitoring, and other additional aspects of the operation of the Men's and Women's Cross Country / Track & Field programs. Additional compensation is possible if needed outside of the fall and spring semesters. Preference will be given to those with previous coaching or competition experience in the sport of track & field at the collegiate level. This position is open to all event disciplines but will require the candidate to be versatile in working with various event groups where needed. The candidate must have a commitment to adhering to all rules and regulations of ULM, the Sun Belt Conference, and the NCAA. Interested applicants will need to email a cover letter, resume, and references to Coach Honeycutt at

ULM Athletics | Athletics Facility and Event Management
The Athletics Facility and Event Management Graduate Assistant is responsible for assisting with a variety of tasks and functions related to the day-to-day management of athletic events and facilities. Under the supervision of the Associate Athletic Director of Internal Operations, this role assists game managers with game-day operations, helps coordinate with officiating crews, monitors crowd control, and assists with all coordination and oversight for all home athletic and special events. This position helps ensure a positive game atmosphere and environment as well as assisting with the maintenance, organization, safety, and upkeep of facilities. Other duties include assisting the Director of Facilities and Event Operations with any day-to-day tasks, including training interns and student workers, or other duties as assigned. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Michael Gammon, Associate Athletic Director of Internal Operations – Applications are accepted until this position is filled.



Application Materials (application and 3 letters of recommendation) should be submitted directly to the hiring supervisor for the position you are applying for. 

University of Louisiana Monroe is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Graduate Assistant Application Form
GA Recommendation Letter/Form


Graduate Assistantship 
Frequently Asked Questions

Refer to the ULM Graduate Catalog for more information about Graduate Assistantship requirements.



To be eligible for a graduate assistantship, applicants must be regularly admitted to a degree program. Students who are conditionally admitted are not eligible for assistantships unless their deficiencies are undergraduate prerequisites. Provisionally admitted and non-degree students are not eligible to apply for assistantships.

Applicants must have an undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher.  Applicants with previous graduate coursework must have a graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Appointment Process

Students interested in applying for a graduate assistantship must submit an application form and three letters of recommendation to the department or program in which an assistantship is desired. Applications should not be made to the Graduate School.  Application review and interviews are completed by the hiring program/department.
Once a candidate is selected, a Graduate Assistant Request will be submitted to the director of the Graduate School for final approval. Once approval is granted by the Graduate School, an acceptance letter must be signed by the candidate. This letter outlines the responsibilities, type of assistantship, and compensation offered through the assistantship and must be returned to the Graduate School before the candidate begins work or any tuition waivers are applied. Some departments have specific requirements for their graduate assistants beyond the Graduate School minimums; each applicant should inquire with the hiring supervisor regarding additional requirements. Note: although the Graduate Assistant Application is often submitted with regular admissions materials, this is not a guarantee that an assistantship will be awarded. The graduate assistant appointment process is completely separate from the ULM Graduate School application process.


Reappointment is contingent upon two criteria: the graduate assistant making satisfactory academic progress, and satisfactory completion of work duties. Graduate assistants are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.00 and above, and must not earn more than one grade of C in their graduate coursework.

Required Course Load

Graduate assistants are expected to earn no fewer than nine semester hours of credit toward their graduate degree (12 hours for students in pharmacy) during a regular semester, at least six of which must be at the graduate level. 

During each summer term, May and winter intersessions, three semester hours of credit are required per term or per intersession.  Appropriate courses include:

1) Those which are required for the student’s graduate degree;
2) Those which have been identified as deficiencies/prerequisites and are included on the graduate student’s approved degree plan.

Work Load

All graduate assistant appointments include 20 hours of work per week under the direction of the student’s supervisor. Graduate assistants are not permitted to hold any other on-campus employment or second graduate assistantship.

During published student breaks, graduate assistants may not be asked to work. For unexpected University closures, graduate assistants will not be expected to make up time missed.


University graduate assistantships feature a base compensation package that includes a full tuition waiver and out-of-state fee waiver. Students are also awarded a base stipend of at least $3,000 per regular term, $1000 per summer term and a minimum of $800 for intersessions .

Graduate assistants are required to pay all student assessed fees including general fees, activity fees, ID validation fees, technology fees, vehicle registration fees, international student service fees, and insurance fees.

Graduate Assistant Orientation

All graduate assistants must complete the Graduate Assistant Orientation.  Orientation is made available to graduate assistants and is completed in an online format.


ULM Graduate School
Sandel Hall Room 243
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209

7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

(318) 342-1036