Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs)

Graduate teaching assistantships provide students with valuable teaching experience through close collaboration with a faculty member in an undergraduate or master's level course. GTAs may assist in traditional undergraduate classrooms, online masters-level courses, and/or hybrid courses.

Positions are offered each year on a competitive basis. Students in their second, third, and fourth years of study are eligible.A call for applications will be sent to students annually during the spring quarter for the upcoming year. GTAs are paid $2,500 per class.

Per university policy, students are not eligible for employment in work-study positions while they are working as GTAs. GTAs must demonstrate fluency in spoken English by scoring a 26 on the TOEFL speaking section or an 8 on the IELTS speaking section. All GTAs must be legally eligible to work in the United States.



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