Loyola University Maryland

Campus Ministry

Graduate Assistantships

Application Overview

Graduate assistants provide research, instructional, and administrative support to Loyola's faculty and administration. Most spend 7-15 hours per week in their assistantship role and devote the remainder of their time to their academic pursuits. This combination of service, study, research, and teaching (when applicable) constitutes a full-time commitment. Assistantships are competitive positions that are highly sought after. They present a rewarding opportunity for you to participate in a vibrant academic community.


The GA position will be part-time position, 15 hours per week for 20 weeks, beginning the third week in August and ending the third week in May.  The GA will be compensated a total of $7800: Tuition remission $3,900 (50%) and Stipend $3,900 (50%).  The GA may also choose a 40% stipend and 60% scholarship distribution.


Available Campus Ministry Graduate Assistantship Job Descriptions will be listed on the University Graduate Assistantship Website. Applications for the 2018-2019 academic year will be accepted after January 18, 2018.

  • Graduate Assistant for Koinonia (small faith-sharing groups), contact: Seán Bray, Director of Campus Ministry, sbray@loyola.edu, 410-617-2838
  • Graduate Assistant for Communications and Project Management, contact: Megan Linz Dickinson, Assistant Director of Campus Ministry, mlinz@loyola.edu, 410-617-2092
  • Graduate Assistant for Program Operations, contact: Ms. Hong-Yu Li, Program Assistant of Campus Ministry, hli1@loyola.edu


  • Must be enrolled as a graduate student at Loyola University
  • Willingness to grow, learn and share in a faith-based community
  • Exhibit time management and organizational skills 
  • Model commitment to dependability and accountability
  • Appreciation of the role of faith development as part of a Jesuit education.
  • Willingness to grow, learn and share in a faith-based community
  • Willingness to learn about and work with sensitivity to diversity and privilege.
  • Ability to engage students with diverse views and experiences
  • Appreciation for the role of faith development as part of a Jesuit education
  • Respect for supervision, peers, the office and partnership
  • Care for self and others
  • Availability for two-year commitment (upon re-evaluation at the end of the first year) would be preferred, although not required.
  • Familiarity and willingness to learn about Ignatian Spirituality and the life of St.Ignatius.

Mandatory Responsibilities

  • Attend training day with previous Graduate Assistant in Spring 2018 (Date TBD).
  • Attend on-campus training days: (in late August)
  • Attend occasional staff meetings and formation days throughout the academic year (Dates TBD)