Graduate assistantships are offered by the Department of Recreation and Wellness with the mission to best serve the needs of the department, students, and clients while collectively providing GA's with opportunities including retreats, mentoring, and the ability to enhance interpersonal skills and gain practical management and leadership experiences.
1. Bachelor's degree preferably in physical education, sport management, recreation, or a related field.
2. Complete the Online Recreation and Wellness Graduate Assistantship Application Form for Competitive Sports, Fitness, Perry Field House, or Student Recreation Center and Informal Recreation positions.
3. Apply through the College Student Personnel Program (CSP) for Wellness Connection and Student Programming positions.
3. Apply to the BGSU Graduate College.
4. Acceptance into a BGSU graduate degree program. Some positions require specific program acceptance: Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies (HMSLS) for Fitness, PFH/IM/SC, SRC Informal Rec, and Aquatics.
5. Complete the Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
6. (Preferred) CPR/FA & AED certified.
7. Business casual dress requirement.
8. Adhere to Graduate College Assistantship Policies
|Competitive Sports - Intramural Sports and Club Sports
|Fitness and Well-Being
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|Student Programming and Leadership
|Student Recreation Center and Informal Recreation
Wellness Connection Programming
To receive full consideration, a Recreation and Wellness application must be submitted online with three references. Applicants may use the same references as those submitted to the academic college. Additionally, a resume, cover letter, and copies of relevant certifications must be emailed to the point of contact for the position in which you are interested.
For More Information
E-Mail: Recreation and Wellness - email@example.com
Mail: Department of Recreation and Wellness
Student Recreation Center
1411 Ridge Road
Bowling Green, OH 43403
Tuition scholarships are anticipated for 2021-22 based on the academic program of choice. For 2020-21 the School of Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies are providing scholarships equivalent to in-state or out-of-state instructional fees for full-time enrollment (3 credit hours for fall and spring semesters). The Department of Higher Education and Student Affairs covers the 42 hours needed for the degree, provided the student is in good academic standing, is making adequate academic progress, and maintains the internship. HESA eligible students are expected to apply for Ohio residency for the 2nd year. Students in other degree programs are encouraged to apply and are responsible to research scholarship amounts independently. General Fees are borne by each student in all programs (~$ 780per semester).
A two-year program and commitment is anticipated, pending available funding and positive evaluation. The 2020-2021 stipend includes $10,000+ (depending on major/degree program of study) for nine months, and it is expected that the 2021 - 2022 stipend will be similar. Additional hourly-wage work opportunities exist.