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Student Leadership Positions

The Academic Success Center has three paid, student leadership positions. Each position contributes to the ASC's mission in different ways. Click on the positions below to learn more about the role and the selection process for the upcoming academic year. 

Graduate Assistant Positions

The ASC is currently hiring for one or more graduate assistant positions (0.50 FTE) for the 2021-2022 fiscal year. The graduate assistant for academic success will be an integral part of the staff of the Academic Success Center, a unit of Student Success Programs. The graduate assistant will be responsible for assisting the ASC in the implementation of programs and services designed to support Purdue University students and assist in their academic success. The role will provide frequent direct student contact hours and opportunities for applied professional experience and development. To learn more about the responsibilities and qualifications, please see the Full Position Description

To Apply

All applicants must complete the online application, including a cover letter that demonstrates qualifications and fit for the position, and a current resume.

Applications will be reviewed beginning March 15, and the position(s) will remain open until filled. Please direct any questions about the application process to Karen Jacobsen at

Professional Staff Positions

We are currently hiring for a Program Coordinator of Supplemental Instruction. The position description and application information is available in the guide below. External applicants can apply at Internal applicants can apply through SuccessFactors.  

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