Graduate Assistantship: Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity

Graduate Assistantship

Old Dominion University
Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity (OSCAI) Graduate Assistantship

Position Description: The Graduate Assistant in the Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity will provide support and leadership for the student conduct process at Old Dominion University. The Graduate Assistant (GA) will serve as a Conduct Officer and have the opportunity to develop initiatives and programs to help educate students about responsible citizenship in the Monarch community. All OSCAI staff are expected to answer phones, email, and address walk-in concerns. Night and weekend event attendance may be required.

Sample Duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Educate the campus community about the Code of Student Conduct
  • Facilitating Conduct Conferences and Hearings on behalf of OSCAI
  • Assist in the creation and evaluation of training for Housing & Residence Life
  • Assist in assessment tracking, including administering a national survey and tracking regular feedback for outreach
  • Suggest changes to website and other publications
  • Propose creative sanctions to meet student and institutional needs
  • Special projects pursuant to Graduate Assistant’s interests and/or departmental needs
  • Attend trainings or webinars related to student conduct administration
  • Represent department at Divisional and/or University committees, meetings and/or functions

Required Qualifications: Regular admission in a Master’s level graduate program at ODU with good academic standing is required. GAs are required to maintain a full course of student enrollment during the term of their appointment. A successful candidate has a commitment to student success, learning, and the development of multicultural competencies. The GA must have the ability to handle and protect confidential data with integrity; the ability to exercise sound judgment; effective oral and written skills; computer proficiency; and attention to detail.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience facilitating difficult conversations, creative problem solving and conflict resolution skills, progressive responsibility in a previous position, and demonstrated familiarity with legal issues in higher education.

Length of Assistantship: 2021-2022 academic year with semesterly evaluation.

Remuneration for Assistantship: $5,000 (per semester), in-state tuition waiver (if needed), professional development funding.

Those with interest should submit a cover letter and resume to