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Employment

Associate Vice President for Student Life for Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs (PDF)

The search committee will accept applications and nominations until September 24, 2017.  The committee will begin identifying candidates to interview on September 25 and initial interviews will take place between October 2-3.

In your application, please include:

  • A letter of interest describing relevant experiences and interest in the position;
  • Curriculum vitae or resume;
  • Three professional references, including titles, addresses, phone numbers and email address.

Applications and nominations should be electronically submitted at k-state.edu/jobs.

Anticipated appointment on or before January 2018.  The search committee is chaired by Emily Lehning, associate vice president for student life, and Madai Rivera, academic and diversity coordinator.  Lindsey Fouquette, Talent Acquisition Strategic Partner, is serving as the executive recruiter for the position and can be reached at 785-532-1457.

Kansas State University is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. A pre-employment background check is required.

College Advising Fellow, Kansas State College Advising Corps (PDF)

The mission of the National College Advising Corps, of which the Kansas State College Advising Corps (KSCAC) is a constituent program, is to increase the number of first generation, low-income and underrepresented high school students entering and completing higher education. KSCAC places College Advising Fellows (hereafter referred to as College Advisers) full-time in select high schools in either Wyandotte or Johnson (KS) county. The College Adviser assists by providing guidance and encouragement needed for the students to navigate the college admissions and financial aid processes. College Advisers must be eligible to and shall enroll as AmeriCorps members, through the National College Advising Corps. The service term is limited to a maximum of two years.

College Advisers aim to help students find a “best-fit” post-secondary opportunity in order to increase the likelihood of post-secondary success in college or career. Additionally, advisers create and foster a college-going culture by engaging administration, teachers, and staff to help build an environment that encourages and supports college attendance and completion. The advisers are available to assist all students and families.

Graduate Assistantship Opportunities

The Division of Student Life has many graduate assistant and graduate research assistant positions available. We are confident that you will discover the position that best fits your needs as a K-State graduate student. Read on or contact us to begin your graduate student employment experience.

Becoming a graduate assistant in the Division of Student Life is a great campus employment option for graduate students. Graduate assistantships provide convenient, student-oriented opportunities that will strengthen your skills for future employment.

Departments within the division employ graduate students in different capacities. Whether you want to sharpen your people skills, explore your creativity or anything in between, you'll the lay the foundation for success with the Division of Student Life position.

About the Positions

About Us

The Division of Student Life is comprised of departments and staff dedicated to student success. 

Our vision: Student Life programs will advocate, support, and prepare students to achieve academic success while maximizing their personal and professional potential as we become a top 50 public research institution.

Our mission: The Division of Student Life promotes student success through opportunities for student involvement experiences to strengthen personal and academic growth, leadership, professional development, and community engagement.

Starting Point

The Division of Student Life has many graduate assistant and graduate research assistant positions available. We are confident that you will discover the position that best fits your needs as a K-State graduate student. Read on or contact us to begin your graduate student employment experience.

Becoming a graduate assistant in the Division of Student Life is a great campus employment option for graduate students. Graduate assistantships provide convenient, student-oriented opportunities that will strengthen your skills for future employment.

Departments within the division employ graduate students in different capacities. Whether you want to sharpen your people skills, explore your creativity or anything in between, you'll the lay the foundation for success with the Division of Student Life position.

Fact Check

If you are accepted as a graduate student at K-State and plan to enroll, you are eligible for employment — even if you aren't eligible for financial aid. Many positions may qualify you to pay in-state tuition rates.

The average compensation is between $10,000-$15,000 a year. Most positions typically run from August to May, although some run through the summer months.

Considering options

Visit our website, k-state.edu/vpsl for more information about the division's departments. All departments within the Division of Student Life accept the general position application (PDF). Please include a cover letter and resume with your application. For more information, contact the Division of Student Life's graduate assistant coordinator, Dr. Stephanie Bannister, at:

785-532-6237
sbann@k-state.edu

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