Become a Graduate Assistant
On and off-campus graduate assistantships are available through the Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology and Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. In-person graduate assistants in athletic training are assigned to a sport for the academic year and are responsible for providing athletic training services for the sport. Two off-campus graduate assistants provide athletic training service to a local high school or small college (limited travel). There is a graduate assistant position available on campus providing athletic training services at the Recreation and Activity Center (RAC), which includes providing services for club and intramural sports (no travel is required).
All graduate assistants in athletic training may serve as Preceptors (as appropriate) for undergraduate students in the CAATE accredited Athletic Training Education Program. Graduate assistants must be BOC-certified and eligible for AT licensure in Georgia.
Graduate Assistantships Provide:
- Full-tuition waiver*
- Annual stipend
- Assistance with fees for NATA Annual Meeting or similar may be provided
*Graduate students are responsible for the payment of semester fees.
Last updated: 2/21/2023