Presidential Scholarships (up to $5000 max award for full-time program only) - Priority Deadline June 1st
The Presidential Scholarship program is to assist outstanding, new enrolling graduate school students with need-based scholarship funding as they continue with their graduate studies.

To apply for the Presidential Scholarship we ask that you fill out the online form & submit a FAFSA. International students applying for the Presidential Scholarship should submit the application for the scholarship and the International Financial Aid form to the Office of Graduate Admissions.

Please site accomplishments both academically and or in business/service and how your experience, along with our program, will help you to be successful. Also please let us know how many courses you plan to take each semester.

Awards are given yearly and are split between semesters (fall, spring and in some programs summer). You must reapply each year and all awards are for credit only and are not cash awards. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits to be eligible. The awards committee will have the final say in any and all awards.

The applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until all funds are exhausted.

Click here to apply for the Presidential Scholarship.


Grad Ambassadorship - Priority Deadline June 1st
Looking for current graduate students to fill the role of 
grad ambassador. The grad ambassador assists the Director of Graduate Enrollment and Recruitment in any and all recruitment and admissions practices.

Responsibilities include:
Assisting the director and/or program directors in various admissions and recruitment projects including researching competitive schools, use of social media, surveys, data analysis or student outreach. Responding to admissions inquiries via phone and email; assisting at on-campus information sessions; assisting in outreach and recruitment programs; and other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
Must have the ability to work independently on assigned projects and be able to meet required deadlines. Strong interpersonal and writing skills are necessary, including public speaking skills and the ability to present the College in a positive way to diverse populations.

Desirable:
The ideal candidate would have a strong and positive College experience as both a student and campus community member. Experience having represented a College (for example, as a Student Ambassador, Tour Guide, RA, Orientation Leader) a plus.

Compensation:
Ambassadors will be expected to work 10+ hours per week in exchange for an hourly wage of $10 per hour + tuition remission of one full class and a 25% discount on a second class.

Click here to apply to become a Graduate Ambassador.   

 

The Office of Residence Life is now accepting applications for two graduate assistantships for the 2019-2020 academic year. The contracted dates for the position are August 1, 2019 – May 20, 2020. This is a one-year appointment with the possibility to renew for a second year should you be in a two-year graduate program. Compensation for the position includes free housing and a 10 meal/week meal plan when the dining hall is open, ten paid office hours per week at $11/hour, one free graduate class and one at a 25% discount per semester. In order to apply you must currently be enrolled in a graduate program at Anna Maria College or have submitted your application.

 

You may apply by submitting a resume, cover letter and 3 references to Jessica Eckstrom, Director of Residence Life, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The deadline for the positions is Wednesday, January 30th. We will continue to accept applications after that date only if positions are unfilled. We know this is a short turnaround for applications, but we want to mindful of any of you who may be applying to the RA position, multiple programs, etc. Please note that after you apply you should visit the Student Life Office to sign up for an interview. Interviews will take place January 31 – February 1. For any applicants not currently on campus, please reach out to Jessica Eckstrom to schedule a phone/skype interview.


Graduate Assistant 1: Resident Director

Responsibilities for the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Ability to a lead a lifestyle that is supportive of the mission of Anna Maria College and specifically the Office of Residence Life.
  • Serve as a role model for undergraduate students at Anna Maria College.
  • Serve as the Resident Director for an upper class residence hall
  • Take part in the on-call duty rotation where you will assist RAs with resident concerns, respond to emergencies, etc.
  • Facilitate student conduct meetings and determine appropriate sanctions
  • Supervise a staff of 6 RAs, hold weekly staff meetings, biweekly 1:1 meetings with each RAs and offer support and guidance.

 

Graduate Assistant 2: Program Coordinator

Responsibilities for the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Ability to a lead a lifestyle that is supportive of the mission of Anna Maria College and specifically the Office of Residence Life.
  • Serve as a role model for undergraduate students at Anna Maria College.

 

Graduate Assistant 2: Program Coordinator

This position will be a shared position with responsibilities in both Residence Life and Student Activities. Responsibilities for the position include, but are not limited to:

  • Ability to a lead a lifestyle that is supportive of the mission of Anna Maria College and specifically the Office of Residence Life.
  • Serve as a role model for undergraduate students at Anna Maria College.
  • Serve as the programming specialist for the Office of Residence Life. This included leading training sessions for RAs, tracking and coordinating program advertisements and attendance, planning and promoting large-scale residence life events. You will be specifically responsible for monthly late night programs and wellness programs.
  • Co-advise residence hall council.
  • Take part in the on-call duty rotation where you will assist RAs with resident concerns, respond to emergencies, etc.
  • Facilitate student conduct meetings and determine appropriate sanctions
  • Plan, implement and oversee recreational programs
  • Assist with commuter student programming and outreach

 Note: This position will be report to both the Director of Residence Life and Director of Student Activities 

 
Alumni Scholarship 

Alumni Scholarships are available to Alumni of Anna Maria who enroll in an on ground graduate program. Students will receive a 20% tuition discount off their graduate on-ground tuition costs. Students may receive only one institutional grant or scholarship from institutional funding each year. The award amount that is the largest will be offered. Recipients of outside funding (i.e. Employer Tuition Remission, Yellow Ribbon, VA, etc.) may be ineligible for this award. Additional information can be obtained through the Office of Financial Aid. Alumni scholarships are limited and are offered subject to the availability of overall graduate institutional funding.

Deadlines for enrolling to receive the Alumni Scholarship:
Fall = August 1st of each year
Spring = December 1st of each year
Summer = May 1st of each year


Students that receive and accept graduate fellowship positions, are ineligible for any other institutional funding. This includes the Presidential Scholarship and the Alumni scholarship programs.

 

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