Apply to be an undergraduate TA for the spring semester

Apply to be an undergraduate TA this spring.
Apply to be an undergraduate TA this spring.

Undergraduate TAs are needed for the spring 2019 semester. 

Being an undergraduate TA includes a mix of the following duties depending on what works with your course instructor and TA team members:
1) Helping in lab
2) Holding office hours in the Student Resource Center
3) Helping in recitation
4) Communicating with students
5) Participating in TA coordinating meetings for the course
6) Grading
7) Preparing homework and quizzes

1) Prepared to assist with the assigned course (such as a good grade in the previous course)
2) Academic good standing
3) Clean academic integrity record
4) UNL student for the semester

1) Learn through the review and teaching of others.
2) Earn $12 per hour on whatever schedule works for you and your assigned course instructor.
3) Win potential awards at end-of-year appreciation events.
4) Boost your resume.
5) Get good reference letters.
6) Build teaching skills.
7) Enjoy flexible hours. You are paid for the hours you work and arrange for, which can change each week, with no need to leave Avery Hall to get to work.

CSE advisors will be reviewing applications as they are able and will try to respond to students by finals week. 

Please note that CSCE 155EE and 156 will be changing for the spring semester. CSE advisors will be sending out additional information at a later date about the course.

To apply:
1) Go to and create an account (if necessary).
2) Enter (Chuck Riedesel) as advisor.
3) Enter preferences (for the courses and all their sections) by adding 4s or 5s to your most and second most preferred.

Consult Chuck Riedsesel with any questions. A first list will be ready during finals week.

Questions? Email
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