At LaGrange College, you'll find faculty and staff committed to providing the very best educational experience. But more than that, you'll find a caring and supportive community.

If you'd like to join our family, browse the current open positions below.

LaGrange College does not discriminate against any applicant or student on the basis of race, age, sex, religion, national origin,  disability or veteran status.

Admission Counselor

LaGrange College transforms the lives of its students and its communities. The oldest private college in Georgia, LaGrange College seeks to hire an Admissions Counselor.

Admissions Counselors represent the College on and off campus at admission and recruiting events, to include events at high schools, college fairs, hosting prospective students and parents; and, perform a variety of admission functions for the College.
Job Duties:

Duties will include, but are not necessarily limited to:

  • Effectively manage an assigned territory through recruitment travels, prospective student interviews and group sessions
  • Receive and evaluate applications from prospective freshman and transfer students to check applications for discrepancies and omissions
  • Follow-up with prospective and admitted students
  • Schedule and host visiting students and parents
  • Evaluating credits and college board scores
  • Provide admission counseling for students and families
  • Effectively execute communication with prospective students via on-campus interviews, phone and email correspondence.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree required, preferably in a private, liberal arts setting.
  • Must have a current, valid driver's license

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Must possess the ability to articulate the values and outcomes of a liberal arts institution and demonstrate a commitment to private liberal arts and sciences education.
  • Must demonstrate excellent public speaking and writing skills and possess the ability to effectively establish and maintain strong working relationships with students, parents, staff, faculty and others.
  • Must have strong organizational and analytical skills and ability to maintain accurate records while managing multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Requires a willingness to work in a goal oriented team environment
  • Must have knowledge and skills to effectively use information technology
  • Must be able to travel and be available to work weekends and evenings as occasionally required

The job profile document is intended to be generic in nature. It is not intended to specify all duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Additional job functions and the need to work a flexible work schedule may vary based on specific requirements of the department and the College

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and the name and contact information of three references to: khuddleston@lagrange.edu .

Gift Officer, LaGrange College Fund

Job Duties:
The primary responsibilities of the LaGrange College Fund Gift Officer will be the cultivation and solicitation of alumni and donor friends for their annual support to LaGrange College while managing a portfolio of 300 LaGrange College Fund donors to ensure completion of the dollar and the alumni participation goals each year.

Other duties will include, but not limited to: 

  • Complete 100 face-to-face visits per year with primary responsibility for soliciting, renewing, and upgrading gifts to the LaGrange College Fund.
  • Coordinate Social Media fundraising efforts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LaGrange College Fund e-mail solicitations, etc.)
  • Organize an on-campus philanthropy program (such as faculty/staff giving campaign, Philanthropy Celebration Week, and cultural enrichment events)
  • Assist in the development of the annual giving program operational plan.
  • Demonstrate fiscal responsibility and thoughtful planning in the use and care of all College resources, including staff and student time; funds budgeted for travel, telephone, events or other activities; property such as vehicles, computers, cell phones, etc.
  • Complete documentation requirements for the position including correspondence, contact and call reports, expense reports and reimbursements, accurately and in a timely fashion. 
  • Collaborate with team members to identify and confirm new potential donors.
  • Develop and carry out action plans for cultivating and soliciting donors and prospects.
  • Recruit and support volunteers to maximize alumni giving and participation rates.
  • As required, participate in cultivation and other campus events, including Homecoming.  Such additional work may include evenings and weekends. 
  • Participate actively in all required and requested meetings, openly contributing ideas and suggestions to strengthen the College's development program.
  • Assist colleagues in other duties as assigned to meet the challenges and opportunities of LaGrange College's development goals.
  • Participate in professional development activities as suggested/needed, including regular participation in campus and community activities that will enhance donor contacts.

Other roles/duties will be assigned as necessary to assist the College in the attainment of the goals set forth and the enhancement of a positive, respectful learning environment for all staff, faculty and students.

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 1 year of successful higher education fundraising preferred or the equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education as approved by Human Resources.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Strong organizational skills and capacity to determine priorities; ability to manage several development activities and strategies simultaneously while maintaining timeframes; excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills; personal demonstrated traits of integrity, discretion, patience, persistence, good judgment and strong sense of self; experience in or capacity to learn and articulate concepts of planned giving and plan foundation and corporate giving strategies; valid driver's license and good driving record; personal car available when necessary; proficient computer skills, to include Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Raiser's Edge software.

To Apply:

To apply electronically, please submit a letter of application and curriculum vita to khuddleston@lagrange.edu

A distinctive place

A distinctive placeFor more than 175 years, the LaGrange College mission has been to challenge students’ minds and inspire their souls.  Founded in 1831 as a women’s academy, LaGrange is the oldest private college in Georgia, and throughout its history, the college has retained close ties with the United Methodist Church.

Located about 65 miles southwest of Atlanta, the college inhabits a beautiful, immaculately maintained campus of more than 125 acres situated on the highest geographical point in the city of LaGrange. The beauty of the surrounding region is also impressive, highlighted by West Point Lake, a 25,000 acre reservoir created by the Chattahoochee River, with 525 miles of shoreline.

The most recent building on the campus is the Frank and Laura Lewis Library, a LEED-certified building that opened early in 2009. The new library’s expanded capacity includes new technologies with unlimited access to global digital sources, 24-hour spaces equipped specifically for undergraduate research, writing and tutorial centers, and greatly expanded collection space.

A discussion about the LaGrange campus is not complete without including the historic city of LaGrange (pop. 30,000). The city’s charming downtown features quaint shops, diverse local restaurants and a 10-screen movie theater.

The college has intentionally extended, through word and action, its concern for the larger community.  A new Servant Scholars program sends students to live and serve in downtown LaGrange. Participants share in challenging coursework and in-depth assignments—including an extended community service project. They live in the Broad Street Apartments, midway between campus and downtown.